Quotation by William Gass

He says so ... and he says so ... Like zeroes, say-sos don't sum.
William Gass (b. 1924), U.S. fictionist, essayist, philosopher. Review of Freud and His Followers, by Paul Roazen, and Social Amnesia, by Russell Jacoby; published as "The Anatomy of Mind" and "The Scientific Psychol." "The Anatomy of Mind," p. 249, The World Within the Word.

Gass is speaking of Russell Jacoby's style of reason in the latter's book Social Amnesia.
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