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Don Quixote
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  • Is nothing more needed than to get a footing, by hook or by crook, in other people’s houses to rule over the masters (and that, perhaps, after having been brought up in all the straitness of some seminary, and without having ever seen more of the world than may lie within twenty or thirty leagues round), to fit one to lay down the law rashly for chivalry, and pass judgment on knights-errant?

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  • She plans to attend Fuller Theological Seminary.
  • Princeton Theological Seminary has the largest theological library in the United States.

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