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The Discoverer by Jan Kjærstad
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The Discoverer by Jan Kjærstad
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A new way of writing, a wonderful discovery! Very different from everything else I have read!
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Rand by Jan Kjærstad
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The Conqueror by Jan Kjærstad
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Forføreren; Erobreren; Oppdageren by Jan Kjærstad
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The Seducer by Jan Kjærstad
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Dog Days by A Poem by Sheila Marlin
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Quinx by Lawrence Durrell
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Sebastian, or, Ruling Passions by Lawrence Durrell
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Sarah Dunant
“The Devil may take the reckless, but the good will surely die of boredom. Boredom and frustration.”
Sarah Dunant, The Birth of Venus

Daisaku Ikeda
“Human beings are inherently endowed with the power to bring out the best possible results from the worst possible circumstances.”
Daisaku Ikeda

Sarah Dunant
“Someone told me much later that you always know the people who are going to make a difference in your life, from the very first time you set eyes on them, even if you do not like them at all. And I had noticed him, as he had me. God help us.”
Sarah Dunant, The Birth of Venus

Daisaku Ikeda
“I cannot say this too strongly: Do not compare yourselves to others. Be true to who you are, and continue to learn with all your might.”
Daisaku Ikeda, Discussions on Youth

Hilda van Stockum
“Knowledge is a matter of knowing facts. Wisdom is a matter of understanding and applying principles. A certain amount of knowledge is necessary for wisdom, and without wisdom, knowledge is not only useless, it's dangerous.”
Hilda van Stockum, The Winged Watchman

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