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Michel de Montaigne
“I enjoy books as misers enjoy treasures, because I know I can enjoy them whenever I please.”
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“And therefore, Reader, I myself am the subject of my book: it is not reasonable that you should employ your leisure on a topic so frivolous and so vain.

Therefore, Farewell:”
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