Paradise Restored: A Poem

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R. P. Donogh, 1844 - 40 pages
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Page 34 - If black and white blend, soften and unite A thousand ways, is there no black and white ?" Probably the agricultural labourer has the best of it in the clearness of his conviction as to the reality of the distinction : the thinker, in trying to eliminate what is common, and appreciate the exact nature of the differences, gets hopelessly bewildered among the grays...
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