I feel now as if the extreme reticence of wearing a body was almost indecent. It is far more decent to go about blaring one’s loves and hates, blowing them in the faces of those we meet—as it were, being so much on the outside that we cannot be said to have an inside.
Oscar Wilde, communicating through Hester
Travers Smith via ouija board, June 20th, 1923
(as recorded by Mrs. Travers Smith in
Oscar Wilde From Purgatory, 1924)