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Of Books - 1896

Saturday, July 25, 2009
The happiness that comes to the possessor of books-the one who loves his books-is not equalled, perhaps, by any other that the world gives.
One can never know the full meaning of loneliness nor what it is to have time hang heavy, if one has books.
Nothing is comparable to the refreshment and inspiration afforded by a favorite book.

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