The more times emotion is forced to attack problems too difficult for it, the more timid it becomes and the more used to its buffers.  And the more the buffers are developed, the harder it is for emotion to appear when needed and the more necessity there is for old stencils and stagy craftsmanship.  The more stamps and staginess, the farther emotion runs from them. (MLIA)

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