cleaves to it
to the end.” “That is a perfect description,”
he said, “of a devotee of equality.” “I
certainly think,” said I, “that he is a manifold1 man stuffed with most excellent differences, and
that like that city2 he is
the fair and many-colored one whom many a man and woman would count
fortunate in his life, as containing within himself the greatest number of
patterns of constitutions and qualities.” “Yes, that is
so,” he said.
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