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This power and responsibility transformed my life and, to some extent, my character. I now had so much work to do and so many daily decisions to make that I had hardly any time to meditate sadly about myself, or to analyse my scruples about the rights of a captain of industry. "Hamlet is a poor prince because he speculates about a skull,' Alain wrote me. I was subject to the laws of action and the duties of one in authority. Now I dreamed of writing: Servitude et grandeur Industrielles. For the desire to be a writer still preyed upon me. At the mill I had my own office full of thread, felt-cloth and woollens. In a secret cupboard I had hidden some novels by Balzac, a Pascal, a Tacitus, The Memorial and the large notebooks in which I continued to set down my plans and thoughts whenever I had a few free moments. Mixed with my great happiness in successful and triumphantt action there was a regret - for the books that would never be written and also for a way of life for which I felt myself made and which I would never know. At the Lycee I had dreamed of meeting Anatole France, Barres, Kipling. Now I was living in a world which had no point of contact with such men. How would this narrow, exacting life of a manufacturer ever bring me the opportunity of meeting them? When would it allow me the time to write? I no longer saw any possibility of it, and this made me suffer.
Now that I had become master of my own actions, I went to Paris every week and I made Monday my business day, which permitted me to spend Sunday away from Elbeuf. I had discovered the Dominical concerts and they provided me with constantly renewed delight. The elder Dupre had already taught me to love Bach, Chopin, Schumann. Colonne and Lamoureux revealed Beethoven to me. It was an immediate communion. Everything that I had thought and not been able to say, everything that I hoped for and had not been able to express, was sung in the wordless phrases of these symphonies. When that mighty river of sound began to flow, I let myself be carried on its waters. My soul was bathed and purified. The necessity of giving orders had tended to harden me. Beethoven called me back to kindliness, charity, and love.
This lesson was especially necessary for me at that time. Preoccupied, overworked, harassed, naively certain of the importance of my activity and once more spoiled by success, I was becoming temperamentally difficult to get along with. Women in my eyes had ceased to be what they had been at the time of the forked lilac tree, the Queen of the Les Petits

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