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- To the Press, for the fair field its honest suffrage has opened to an obscure aspirant.Preface (8% in)
- Besides, he could not bind all that he had in his nature — the rover, the aspirant, the poet, the priest — in the limits of a single passion.Chapter 32 (23% in)
- All men of talent, whether they be men of feeling or not; whether they be zealots, or aspirants, or despots — provided only they be sincere — have their sublime moments, when they subdue and rule.Chapter 35 (78% in)
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