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“The next work of Carlyle will be entitled Bow-Wow, and the title-page will have a motto from the opening chapter of the Koran: There is no error in this Book.”
—Edgar Allan Poe (18091845)
“The current of our thoughts made as sudden bends as the river, which was continually opening new prospects to the east or south, but we are aware that rivers flow most rapidly and shallowest at these points.”
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