Neil Bell, One of the Best, Londres, Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1952, p. 43.
Well, tomorrow I’ll go thoroughly through the house room by room and see if there’s anything I simply can’t bear to part with. I’don’t think there’ll be much. There’s nothing of the caddis-worm about me. I don’t care a dam’ for possessions or for sentimental values. And so to bed and to sleep. What an odd thing life would be if there were no night and no sleeping. The night was made for loving.