self-condemned


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A solitary, self-condemned to gregarious confinement, Connolly was the first to concede that `The wine of remorse is trodden from the grapes of pleasure'.
The Revenge for Love is analysed for Lewis's views on the social role of art, and the late novel Self-Condemned yields questions of self and identity as it ~radicalizes and interiorizes the Nietzschean psychodynamics that had, from the beginning, been at the basis of Lewis's understanding both of modernity and of the artist's role within it'.
Self-condemned, confined to the cell of old age, I'm sentenced to.