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The Time of Contempt
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Sword of Destiny by Andrzej Sapkowski
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The Iliad by Homer
“Three thousand years have not changed the human condition in this respect; we are still lovers and victims of the will to violence, and so long as we are, Homer will be read as its truest interpreter.”
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Hornblower During the Crisis by C.S. Forester
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“There are two things without limit – the stupidity of Man and the mercy of God.”
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“They say we wizards are subtle. But believe you me, we've got nothing, nothing at all, on women.”
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“Science, the largest religion of the twentieth century, had become somewhat tarnished by images of exploding space shuttles, crack babies, and a generation of complacent Americans who had allowed the television to raise their children.”
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“I had to maintain a fine balance between going in ready for trouble and going in asking for trouble.”
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Homer
“Three thousand years have not changed the human condition in this respect; we are still lovers and victims of the will to violence, and so long as we are, Homer will be read as its truest interpreter.”
Homer, The Iliad

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