[enigmatically] It happened just then that I got something that I wanted to keep all to myself instead of sharing it with you.
[Springing to his feet] No; and that is the enigma on which I ponder in darkness.
The young men will scorn me as one who has sold out: to the young women I, who have always been an enigma and a possibility, shall be merely somebody else’s property—and damaged goods at that: a secondhand man at best.
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As Churchill said about Russia, it is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma.