’Eccentricity is not,
as dull people would have us believe,
a form of madness.
It is often a kind of innocent pride,
and the man of genius
and the aristocrat
are frequently regarded as eccentrics
because genius and aristocrat
are entirely unafraid of
and uninfluenced by
the opinions and vagaries
of the crowd.’

Dame Edith Sitwell
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