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- Of the asceticism that deadens the senses, as of the vulgar profligacy that dulls them, it was to know nothing.Chapter 11 (20% in)
- The middle classes air their moral prejudices over their gross dinner-tables, and whisper about what they call the profligacies of their betters in order to try and pretend that they are in smart society, and on intimate terms with the people they slander.Chapter 12 (57% in)
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