Which famous British author and essayist had this to say about his childhood? +1 If you know why he's not able to follow the rules. (And no Google searches allowed!)
"I was crying partly because I felt that this was expected of me, partly from genuine repentance, but partly also because of a deeper grief which is particular to childhood and not easy to convey: a sense of desolate loneliness and helplessness, of being locked up not only in a hostile world, but in a world of good and evil where the rules were such that it was actually not possible for me to keep them."
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