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Twelve centuries of English poetry and prose

Author: Alphonso G Newcomer; Alice E Andrews
Publisher: Chicago : Scott, Foresman and Co., 1910.
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Newcomer, Alphonso G. (Alphonso Gerald), 1864-1913.
Twelve centuries of English poetry and prose.
Chicago, Scott, Foresman and Co. [1910]
(OCoLC)558114603
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alphonso G Newcomer; Alice E Andrews
OCLC Number: 855383
Description: xi, 756 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Anglo-Saxon period. Beowulf --
Deor's lament --
Paraphrase of the scriptures: From Genesis: The Garden of Eden; the fall of Satan / Cædmon --
From Exodus: The cloud by day; the drowning of pharaoh / Cædmon --
From The ecclesiastical history: The Britons seek succor from the Romans. The Roman wall / Bede --
A parable of man's life / Bede --
The story of Cædmon / Bede --
Riddles II, VI, XV / Cynewulf --
From the Christ / Cynewulf --
From the Elene / Cynewulf --
Anglo Saxon chronicle: extracts --
The battle of Brunanburh --
Ohthere's narrrative / Alfred the Great. Anglo-Norman period. From the Historia Britonum Regum: The story of King Lear / Geoffrey of Monmouth --
Arthur makes the Saxons his tributaries / Geoffrey of Monmouth --
Ancren Riwle, From the --
Proverbs of King Alfred, From the --
Cuckoo song. Fourteenth century, Age of Chaucer. Pearl, From the --
From The vision of Piers the plowman: the prologue / William Langland --
From Passus I / William Langland --
The Wyclif Bible. The King James Bible --
From The Canterbury Tales: the prologue / Geoffrey Chaucer --
The nonne preestes tale / Geoffrey Chaucer --
From The legend of good women: The story of Thisbe of Babylon, martyr / Geoffrey Chaucer --
The compleynt of Chaucer to his purse / Geoffrey Chaucer --
Travels of Sir John Mandeville, From the. The fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Ballads: Robin Hood and the monk --
The hunting of the cheviot --
Sir Patrick Spens --
Johnie Cock --
Bonnie George Campbell --
The wife of Usher's well --
Katharine Jaffray --
The nutbrown mayde --
Everyman --
The recuyell of the histories of Troy: prologue, and epilogue to book III / William Caxton --
From Le morte Darthur / Sir Thomas Mallory --
From Utopia / Sir Thomas More --
Toxophilius: From the foreword / Roger Ascham --
The ways of the wind / Roger Ascham --
The schoolmaster: From A preface to the reader / Roger Ascham --
A gentle teacher and pupil / Roger Ascham. The Elizabethan age: poetry. The lover having dreamed, etc. / Sir Thomas Wyatt --
Of his love that pricked her finger with a needle / Sir Thomas Wyatt --
The lover complaineth the unkindness of his love / Sir Thomas Wyatt --
Description of spring, etc. / Henry Howard, Earl of Surry --
A praise of his love, etc / Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey --
Departure of Æneas from Dido / Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey --
The faerie queen. Dedication and parts of book I / Edmund Spenser --
Prothalamion / Edmund Spenser --
Amoretti XV, XXXVII, LXI / Edmund Spenser --
Astrophel and Stella I, XXXI / Sir Philip Sidney --
To Della LI / Samuel Daniel --
Idea LXI / Michael Drayton --
Sonnets XXIX, XXX, LXIV, LXV, LXXIII, LXXIV / William Shakespeare --
Astrophel and Stella, first song / Sir Philip Sidney. Fair and fair / George Peele --
Rosalind's madrigal / Thomas Lodge --
The burning babe / Robert Southwell --
The passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe --
The nymph's reply to the shepherd / Sir Walter Raleigh --
Under the greenwood tree / William Shakespeare --
Blow, blow, thou winter wind / William Shakespeare --
Take, O, take those lips away / William Shakespeare --
Come away, come away, Death / William Shakespeare --
How should I your true love know / William Shakespeare --
Hark, Hark! the lark at heaven's gate sings / William Shakespeare --
Art thou poor / Thomas Dekker --
Cherry-ripe / Thomas Campion --
Agincourt / Michael Drayton --
To Celia / Ben Jonson --
The triumph of charis / Ben Jonson. The Elizabethan age: drama. From The tragical history of Doctor Faustus / Christopher Marlowe --
The tempest / William Shakespeare --
To the memory of Shakespeare / Ben Jonson --
From Volpone; or, The fox / Ben Jonson --
From The knight of the burning pestle / Beaumont and Fletcher. The Elizabethan age: prose. From The Countess of Pembroke's Arcadia / Sir Philip Sidney --
The last fight of the revenge / Sir Walter Raleigh --
Essays: of studies / Francis Bacon --
Of discourse / Francis Bacon --
Of friendship / Francis Bacon --
Of riches / Francis Bacon --
Of revenge / Francis Bacon --
Of gardens / Francis Bacon. The seventeenth century. Virtue / George Herbert --
Ask me no more where Jove bestows / Thomas Carew --
Why so pale and wan, fond lover / Sir John Suckling --
To Lucasta, going to the wars / Richard Lovelace --
To Althea, from prison / Richard Lovelace --
Corinna's going a-maying / Robert Herrick --
To the virgins, to make much of time / Robert Herrick --
To Electra / Robert Herrick --
How roses came red / Robert Herrick --
Go, lovely rose / Edmund Waller --
The retreat / Henry Vaughan --
On the morning of Christ's nativity / John MIlton --
On Shakespeare / John Milton --
L'allegro / John Milton --
Il penseroso / John Milton --
Lycidas / John Milton --
When the assault was intended to the city / John Milton --
On the late massacre in Piedmont / John Milton --
On his blindness / John Milton --
To Cyriack Skinner / John Milton --
On Education / John Milton --
From Aeropagitica / John Milton. From The complete angler / Izaak Walton --
From The pilgrim's progress / John Bunyan --
From his diary / Samuel Pepys --
From his diary / John Evelyn --
From Absalom and Achitophel / John Dryden --
Mac Flecknoe / John Dryden --
A song for St. Cecilia's Day / John Dryden --
Alexander's feast; or, The power of music / John Dryden --
Lines printed under the engraved portrait of Milton / John Dryden --
Song from The Indian emperor / John Dryden --
Song of Thamesis / John Dryden --
Song from Cleomenes / John Dryden --
The secular masque / John Dryden --
On Chaucer. Early eighteenth century. Prospectus. The tatler, no. 1 / Sir Richard Steele --
Memories. The tatler, no. 181 / Sir Richard Steele --
The club. The spectator, no. 2 / Sir Richard Steele --
Sir Roger at church. The spectator, no. 112 / Joseph Addison --
Ned softly, The tatler, no. 163 / Joseph Addison --
Frozen words, The tatler, no. 254 / Joseph Addison --
A coquette's heart, The spectator, no. 281 / Joseph Addison --
The vision of Mirza, The spectator, no. 159 / Joseph Addison --
To a child of quality five years old / Matthew Prior --
A simile / Matthew Prior --
An ode / Matthew Prior --
A better answer / Matthew Prior --
The hound and the hunstman, fable XLIV / John Gay --
The poet and the rose, fable XLV / John Gay. Ode on St. Cecilia's Day / Alexander Pope --
From An essay on criticism / Alexander Pope --
The rape of the lock / Alexander Pope --
An essay on man, epistles I and II / Alexander Pope --
The universal prayer / Alexander Pope --
From Robinson Crusoe / Daniel Defoe --
From Gulliver's travels: a voyage to Lilliput, chapters I, II, and III / Jonathan Swift --
The seasons. From spring / James Thomson --
From the castle of indolence / James Thomson --
Rule, Britannia / James Thomson. Later eighteenth century. A song from Shakespeare's Cymbeline / William Collins --
Ode. How sleep the brave / William Collins --
Ode to evening / William Collins --
Elegy written in a country churchyard / Thomas Gray --
The progress of poesy / Thomas Gray --
Oina-Morul / James MacPherson --
From Carthon: Ossian's address to the sun / James McPherson --
Epitaph on Robert Canynge / Thomas Chatterton --
An excelente balade of charitie / Thomas Chatterton --
From The battle of Hastings / From The plan of an English dictionary / Samuel Johnson --
Letter to Lord Chesterfield / Samuel Johnson --
From the preface to the English dictionary / Samuel Johnson --
From the preface to an edition of Shakespeare's plays / Samuel Johnson --
From the lives of the English poets: the character of Addison / Samuel Johnson. From The life of Samuel Johnson, LL. D. / James Boswell --
The citizen of the world, letters I, II, III, and IV / Oliver Goldsmith --
The deserted village / Oliver Goldsmith --
The haunch of venison / Oliver Goldsmith --
From Retaliation / Oliver Goldsmith --
The fall of Constantinople / Edward Gibbon --
From The natural history of Selborne / Gilbert White --
From the speech at Bristol / Edmund Burke --
From Reflections on the revolution in France / Edmund Burke --
Light shining out of darkness, Olney hymns, XXXV / William Cowper --
On the loss of the royal George / William Cowper --
The jackdaw / William Cowper --
On the receipt of my mother's picture / William Cowper --
To Mrs. Unwin / William Cowper --
The castaway / William Cowper --
The borough, from Letter I / George Crabbe --
Song: how sweet I roamed / William Blake --
To the muses / William Blake --
Introduction to Songs of innocence / William Blake --
The tiger / William Blake --
Ah, sunflower / William Blake. Elegy on the death of Scots music / Robert Fergusson --
Auld Robin Gray / Lady Anne Lindsay --
Ca' the yowes / Isobel Pagan --
The land o' the Leal / Lady Nairne --
The cotter's Saturday night / Robert Burns --
Address to the Diel / Robert Burns --
Address to the unco guid / Robert Burns --
To a mouse / Robert Burns --
To a louse / Robert Burns --
To a mountain daisy / Robert Burns --
Tam o'shanter / Robert Burns --
Green grow the rashes / Robert Burns --
Auld lang syne / Robert Burns --
John Anderson my Jo / Robert Burns --
Whistle o'er the lave o't / Robert Burns --
To Mary in heaven / Robert Burns --
My heart's in the Highlands / Robert Burns --
The banks o' Doon / Robert Burns --
Afton water / Robert Burns --
Highland Mary / Robert Burns --
Bannockburn / Robert Burns --
Contented wi' little and cantie wi' mair / Robert Burns --
A man's a man for a' that / Robert Burns --
O, wert thou in the cauld blast / Robert Burns. The romantic age. Dear native regions / William Wordsworth --
We are seven / William Wordsworth --
Lines written in early spring / William Wordsworth --
Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey / William Wordsworth --
Strange fits of passion have I known / William Wordsworth --
She dwelt among the untrodden ways / William Wordsworth --
I travelled among unknown men / William Wordsworth --
Three years she grew in sun and shower / William Wordsworth --
A slumber did my spirit seal / William Wordsworth --
Lucy Gray / William Wordsworth --
The prelude; or, Growth of a poet's mind, from Book I, Childhood / William Wordsworth --
My heart leaps up when I behold / William Wordsworth --
The solitary reaper / William Wordsworth --
To the cuckoo / William Wordsworth --
She was a phantom of delight / William Wordsworth --
I wondered lonely as a cloud / William Wordsworth --
Ode to duty / William Wordsworth --
To a skylark (1805) / William Wordsworth --
To a skylark (1825) / William Wordsworth --
Ode: intimations of immortality / William Wordsworth --
Composed upon Westminster Bridge / William Wordsworth --
It is a beauteous evening, calm and free / William Wordsworth --
On the extinction of the Venetian Republic / William Wordsworth --
London, 1802 / William Wordsworth --
The world is too much with us / William Wordsworth --
After-thought / William Wordsworth. Kubla Khan / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
The rime of the ancient mariner / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Christabel: Part the first / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
France: an ode / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Hymn before sunrise in the vale of Chamouni / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
The knight's tomb / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Song from Zapolya / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Youth and age / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Work without hope / Samuel Taylor Coleridge --
Lochinvar, from Marmion / Sir Walter Scott --
Soldier, Rest! From The lady of the lake / Sir Walter Scott --
Coronach, from The lady of the lake / Sir Walter Scott --
The battle of Beal an' Duine, from The lady of the lake / Sir Walter Scott --
Jock of Hazeldean / Sir Walter Scott --
Proud Maisie, from The heart of Midlothian / Sir Walter Scott --
County guy, from Quentin Durward / Sir Walter Scott --
Bonny Dundee / Sir Walter Scott --
Here's a health to King Charles, from Woodstock / Sir Walter Scott. From English bards and Scotch reviewers / Lord Byron --
Maid of Athens, ere we part / Lord Byron --
She walks in beauty / Lord Byron --
The destruction of Sennacherib / Lord Byron --
So we'll go no more a-rowing / Lord Byron --
Stanzas written on the road between Florence and Pisa / Lord Byron --
To Thomas Moore / Lord Byron --
Sonnet on Chillon / Lord Byron --
The prisoner of Chillon / Lord Byron --
From Childe Harold, Canto III: Waterloo / Lord Byron --
Night on Lake Leman / Lord Byron --
From Childe Harold, Canto IV: Venice / Lord Byron --
Rome / Lord Byron --
The Coliseum / Lord Byron --
The ocean / Lord Byron --
From Don Juan, Canto II: The shipwreck / Lord Byron --
From Don Juan, Canto III: The isles of Greece / Lord Byron. Alastor, or The spirit of solitude / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Ozymandias / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Ode to the west wind / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
The Indian serenade / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
From Prometheus unbound: song / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Asia's response / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
The cloud / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
To a skylark / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
From Adonais: The grave of Keats / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
Chorus from Hellas / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
To ----. Music, when soft voices die / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
To ----. One word is too often profaned / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
A lament / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
When the lamp is shattered / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
A dirge / Percy Bysshe Shelley --
From Endymion, book I: Proem / John Keats --
The eve of St. Agnes / John Keats --
Ode to a nightingale / John Keats --
Ode on a Grecian urn / John Keats. Ode on melancholy / John Keats --
To autumn / John Keats --
Lines on the mermaid tavern / John Keats --
In a drear-nighted December / John Keats --
La belle dame sans merci / John Keats --
On first looking into Chapman's Homer / John Keats --
On the grasshopper and cricket / John Keats --
On seeing the Elgin marbles / John Keats --
On the sea / John Keats --
When I have fears that I may cease to be / John Keats --
Bright star! Would I were stedfast as thou art / John Keats --
The battle of Blenheim / Robert Southey --
Ye mariners of England / Thomas Campbell --
The burial of Sir John Moore / Charles Wolfe --
The harp that once through Tara's halls / Thomas Moore --
The minstrel boy / Thomas Moore --
Oft, in the stilly night / Thomas Moore. The old familiar faces / Charles Lamb --
Rose Aylmer / Walter Savage Landor --
To the grasshopper and the cricket / Leigh Hunt --
Rondeau / Leigh Hunt --
Abou Ben Adhem / Leigh Hunt --
Letters from Teignmouth, I: Our ball / Winthrop Mackworth Praed --
Dream-pedlary / Thomas Lovell Beddoes --
The death-bed / Thomas Hood --
The song of the shirt / Thomas Hood --
The song of the western men / Robert Stephen Hawker --
The silent tower of Bottreau / Robert Stephen Hawker --
From Old mortality, chapter I: Preliminary / Sir Walter Scott --
From Elia: Dream-children; A reverie / Charles Lamb --
A dissertation upon roast pig / Charles Lamb --
From The last essays of Elia: Old China / Charles Lamb. From Imaginary conversations: Metellus and Marius / Walter Savage Landor --
Leofric and Godiva / Walter Savage Landor --
From Confessions of an English opium-eater / Thomas de Quincey --
From Suspiria de profundis: Levana and our ladies of sorrow / Thomas de Quincey --
Savannah-La-Mar / Thomas de Quincey --
From Joan of Arc / Thomas De Quincey. The Victorian Age. From Sartor Resartus: The everlasting yea / Thomas Carlyle --
Natural supernaturalism / Thomas Carlyle --
From The French Revolution: Storming of the Bastile / Thomas Carlyle --
From The history of England: London in 1685 / Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay --
The London coffee houses / Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay --
The battle of Killiecrankie / Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay --
Site of a university / John Henry, Cardinal Newman --
A Christmas tree / Charles Dickens --
From The English humourists of the eighteenth century: Goldsmith / William Makepeace Thackeray --
From Roundabout papers: De juventute / William Makepeace Thackeray. The lady of Shalott / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Œnone / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
The lotos-eaters / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Saint Agnes' eve / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Sir Galahad / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
The beggar maid / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
You ask me why, tho' ill at ease / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Of old sat freedom on the heights / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Morte d'Arthur / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Ulysses / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Locksley Hall / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
A farewell / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Break, break, break / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Songs from the princess: Sweet and low / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
The splendour falls / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Tears, idle tears / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
From In memoriam / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
In the valley of Cauteretz / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
In the garden at Swainston / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Song from Maud / Alfred, Lord Tennyson. The charge of the light brigade / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
The captain --
Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
The revenge --
Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Northern farmer, old style / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Rizpah / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Milton / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
To Dante / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
To Virgil / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Frater ave atque vale / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Flower in the crannied wall / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Wages / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
By an evolutionist / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Vastness / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
Crossing the bar / Alfred, Lord Tennyson --
From Pippa passes: New year's hymn; song / Robert Browning --
Cavalier tunes / Robert Browning --
Incident of the French camp / Robert Browning --
My last duchess / Robert Browning --
In a gondola / Robert Browning --
The pied piper of Hamelin / Robert Browning. How they brought the good news from Ghent to Aix / Robert Browning --
The lost leader / Robert Browning --
Home-thoughts, from abroad / Robert Browning --
Home-thoughts, from the sea / Robert Browning --
The boy and the angel / Robert Browning --
Saul / Robert Browning --
Evelyn Hope / Robert Browning --
Fra Lippo Lippi / Robert Browning --
Up at a villa, down in the city / Robert Browning --
Memorabilia / Robert Browning --
Popularity / Robert Browning --
The patriot / Robert Browning --
"Childe Roland to the dark tower came" / Robert Browning --
Rabbi Ben Ezra / Robert Browning --
Prospice / Robert Browning --
Hervé Riel / Robert Browning --
Wanting is--what? / Robert Browning --
Why I am a liberal / Robert Browning --
Epilogue / Robert Browning --
Sonnets from the Portuguese: I, III, IV, XIV, XXII, XLIII / Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám / Edward Fitzgerald --
In a lecture-room / Arthur Hugh Clough --
Qua cursum ventus / Arthur Hugh Clough --
Say not the struggle nought availeth / Arthur Hugh Clough --
Ite domum saturae, venit hesperus / Arthur Hugh Clough --
All is well / Arthur Hugh Clough --
The forsaken mermaid / Matthew Arnold --
To a friend / Matthew Arnold --
Shakespeare / Matthew Arnold --
Austerity of poetry / Matthew Arnold --
Memorial verses / Matthew Arnold --
Self-dependence / Matthew Arnold --
Lines written in Kensington Gardens / Matthew Arnold --
Requiescat / Matthew Arnold --
Sohrab and Rustum / Matthew Arnold --
Philomela / Matthew Arnold --
Kaiser dead / Matthew Arnold --
Dover Beach / Matthew Arnold --
The last word / Matthew Arnold. Culture and human perfection / Matthew Arnold --
Natural magic in Celtic literature / Matthew Arnold --
Wordsworth / Matthew Arnold --
The sailing of the Spanish Armada, From History of England / James Anthony Froude --
Defeat of the Armada / James Anthony Froude --
On a piece of chalk / Thomas Henry Huxley --
From The seven lamps of architecture: The lamp of memory / John Ruskin --
From The stones of Venice: The throne, vol. II, chapter I / John Ruskin --
The mediæval and the modern workman, from vol. II, chapter VI / John Ruskin --
From Modern painters, part IV, chapter VI: Of the true ideal / John Ruskin --
The blessed damozel / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
Sister Helen / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
La bella Donna / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
The woodspurge / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
From The house of life: The sonnet / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
IV. Lovesight / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
XIX. Silent noon / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
XLIX-LII. Willowwood / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
LXV. Known in vain / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
LXVI. The heart of the night / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
LXVII. The landmark / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
LXX. The hill summit / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
LXXIX. The monochord. Goblin market / Christina Rossetti --
The three enemies / Christina Rossetti --
An apple gathering / Christina Rossetti --
Monna innominata: sonnets I, II, and XI / Christina Rossetti --
Up-hill / Christina Rossetti --
The gillflower of gold / William Morris --
The sailing of the sword / William Morris --
The blue closet / William Morris --
From The earthly paradise: an apology / William Morris --
From Love is enough: song for music / William Morris --
From Sigurd the Volsung: of the passing away of Brynhild / William Morris --
The voice of toil / William Morris --
Chorus from Atalanta in Calydon / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
A leave-taking / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
Hymn to Prosperine / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
Prelude to songs before sunrise / Algernone Charles Swinburne --
Lines on the monument of Giuseppe Mazzini / Algernon Charles Swinburne. The pilgrims / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
A forsaken garden / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
A ballad of dreamland / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
Upon a child / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
A child's laughter / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
A baby's death / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
From Tristam of Lyonesse: Prelude / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
The child in the house / Walter Pater --
El Dorado / Robert Louis Stevenson --
The maroon / Robert Louis Stevenson --
The vagabond / Robert Louis Stevenson --
The morning drum-call on my eager ear / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Evensong / Robert Louis Stevenson --
Requiem / Robert Louis Stevenson.
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<http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/558114603>
    a schema:CreativeWork ;
   rdfs:label "Twelve centuries of English poetry and prose." ;
   schema:description "Online version:" ;
   schema:isSimilarTo <http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/855383> ; # Twelve centuries of English poetry and prose
    .


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