Dorothy L. Sayers and Jill Paton Walsh
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They order, said I, this matter better in France.
“I do not,” said Monsieur Théophile Daumier, “understand the English.”
“Nor does anybody,” replied Mr. Paul Delagardie, “themselves least of all.”
“I see them pass to and fro, I observe them, I talk to them—for I find it is not true that they are silent and unfriendly—but I remain ignorant of their interior life. They are occupied without ceasing, but I do not know the motives for the things they so energetically do. It is