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" It is at those periods that the honest man dares not speak, because truth is too dreadful to be told ; it is then humanity has no ears, because humanity has no tongue. It is then the proud man scorns to speak, but like a physician baffled by the wayward... "
The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature - Σελίδα 43
1806
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