How Architecture Got Its Hump

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how architecture got its hump some unlikely scribbles and architecture
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Page vii - pleasure arising from wit proceeds from our surprise at suddenly discovering two things to be similar, in which we suspected no similarity. The pleasure arising from bulls proceeds from our discovering two things to be dissimilar, in which a resemblance might have been suspected. —SYDNEY SMITH,
Page xiii - I know those little phrases that seem so innocuous, and, once you let them in, pollute the whole of speech. "Nothing is more real than nothing." They rise up out of the pit and know no rest until they drag you down into its dark.
Page vii - And the Camel humphed himself, humph and all, and went away to join the Three. And from that day to this the Camel always wears a humph (we call it "hump" now, not to hurt his feelings); but he has never yet caught up with the three days that he missed at the beginning of the world, and he has never yet learned how to behave. — RUDYARD KIPLING,

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