Wrapping it up in a single sentence, Alexander McCall Smith writes in The Right Attitude to Rain, his third novel about journal editor and philosopher Isabel Dalhousie:
"What had been dull and unintelligible had now become dull and intelligible, which was little achievement, but enough for the day."
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