Lynn Linton, The Second Youth of Theodora Desanges, Londres, Hutchinson, 1900, p.314.
The Townshends left Rome, so did jolly Miss Joynson who came to see me before she went. No ray of occult who came to see me before she went. No ray of occult philosophy could penetrate the some-what thick substance of her brain. As Lady Keswick had disdainfully said of her, « She was a human caddis-worm, and had so closey enclosed her soul in the shell and stones of gross materialism as to make it impervious to finer influences. In another incarnation she might perchance stand clearer. In this she was hopeless. »