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Introductions, that is, belong to the masterpieces and classics of the world, to the great and ancient and accepted things; and I am here introducing…
If a man dreams that he has committed a sin before which the sun hid his face, it is often safe to conjecture that, in…
For, usually and fitly, the presence of an introduction is held to imply that there is something of consequence and importance to be introduced.
Every branch of human knowledge, if traced up to its source and final principles, vanishes into mystery.
Now, everybody, I suppose, is aware that in recent years the silly business of divination by dreams has ceased to be a joke and has…
It was better, he thought, to fail in attempting exquisite things than to succeed in the department of the utterly contemptible.
It is all nonsense, to be sure; and so much the greater nonsense inasmuch as the true interpretation of many dreams – not by any…
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