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Exemplary Novels

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Ten thousand golden lamps are lit on high, Making this chilly night
Rival the noon-day's light;
Look, Clement, on yon star-bespangled sky, And in that image see,
If so divine thy fancy be,
That lovely radiant face,
Where centres all of beauty and of grace.

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