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"[T]he town for the most part steers clear of the hurly-burly of modern life. So the landscape is, in a superficial way, restful to the nerves." (Act I, page 1)

"NEWTON: I simply can't stand disorder. Really it was my passion for order that made me become a physicist. To intrepret the apparent disorder of nature, in the light of a more sublime order." (Act I, page 6)

"DOKTOR: It is I who decide who my patients think they are. I know them far better than they know themselves." (Act I, page 10)

"MOBIUS: I have met Solomon face to face [...] He has cast away his purple robe [...] Now, here in my room, he crouches naked and stinking, the pauper king of truth, and his psalms are horrible." (Act I, page 21-22)

"MOBIUS: If you're in a madhouse already, the only way to get rid of the past is to...

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