How do you all fancy being my Research Assistants for the afternoon?!
For my next chapter, I need to quote a 1920s middlebrow novel or two where a character talks about sex, and says 'We're all just animals, really', or anything like that. The sort of sentence I've read dozens of times in novels of the period, but now can't remember any at all.
If you can think of one off the top of your head, that would be amazing - otherwise perhaps you could keep your eyes open, and let me know?? Anything published around the 1920s (shortly before or after is fine) which isn't high modernist - oh, and is British - would be absolutely wonderful.