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"How will your wonder, and that of your companions, be excited by my story!" (Ch I, pg.6.)

"Their characters were similar, but the mind of the son was enriched by science, and embellished with literature" (Ch. III, pg.26.)

"The accents were clear, distinct, powerful, and were uttered, as I fully believed, by my wife" (Wieland, Ch IV, pg.37.)

"Yet I could not bear to think that his senses should be the victim of such delusion. It argued a diseased condition of his frame, which might show itself hereafter in more dangerous symptoms" (Chapter IV, pg. 39.)

"And thou, O most fatal and potent of mankind, in what terms shall I describe thee? What words are adequate to the just delineation of thy character?" (Ch. VI, pg. 57.)

"Why did I dream that my brother was my foe? Why but because an omen of fate was ordained to be communicated?" (Ch...

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