[Screwtape]: I am credibly informed that young humans now sometimes suppress an incipient taste for classical music or good literature because it might prevent their Being Like Folks; that people who would really wish to be—and are offered the Grace which would enable them to be—honest, chaste, or temperate refuse it. To accept might make them Different, might offend against the Way of Life, taken them out of Togetherness, impair their integration with the Group. They might (horror of horrors!) become individuals.—C. S. Lewis, Business of Heaven, p. 191.