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Exemplary Novels

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Where centres all of beauty and of grace, And where in concord sweet
Goodness and beauty meet,
And purity hath fixed its dwelling-place. Creature so heavenly fair,
May any mortal genius dare,
Or less than tongue divine,
To praise in lofty, rare, and sounding line?

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