"Say I am proud and sane and wise - an Athenian among Greeks. Well, I might fail where a lesser man would succeed. He could imitate, he could adorn, he could be enthusiastic, he could be hopefully constructive. But this hypothetical me would be too proud to imitate, too sane to be enthusiastic, too sophisticated to be utopian, too grecian to adorn." – Anthony Patch in F. Scott Fitzgerald's, "The Beautiful And The Damned"