English scientist and author of Studies in the Psychology of Sex.
Typewritten Quotation Signed, nine lines on a card, from the final paragraph of “Studies in the Psychology of Sex,” signed by Havelock Ellis at the conclusion. “For a brief space it is granted to us, if we will, to enlighten the darkness that surrounds our path. As in the ancient torch-race, which seemed to Lucretius to be the symbol of all life, we press forward torch in hand along the course. Soon from behind comes the runner who will outpace us. All our skill lies in giving into his hand the living torch, bright and unflickering, as we ourselves disappear in the darkness.”
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