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Bacchus
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A Farewell to Arms
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  • He said it was true and by the corpse of Bacchus we would test whether it was true or not.
  • Not Bacchus, I said.
  • Yes, Bacchus, he said.
  • He said was my name Frederico Enrico or Enrico Federico? I said let the best man win, Bacchus barred, and the major started us with red wine in mugs.
  • "Bacchus," I said.
  • Bassi said no that was no test because he had already drunk twice as much as I. I said that was a foul lie and, Bacchus or no Bacchus, Fillipo Vincenza Bassi or Bassi Fillippo Vicenza had never touched a drop all evening and what was his name anyway?
  • Bassi said no that was no test because he had already drunk twice as much as I. I said that was a foul lie and, Bacchus or no Bacchus, Fillipo Vincenza Bassi or Bassi Fillippo Vicenza had never touched a drop all evening and what was his name anyway?

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  • Dionysus is the Greek counterpart to the better known Roman Bacchus.
  • The boy with the wild face is Bacchus...
    C.S. Lewis  --  Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia

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