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“What is an artisan? one who knows how to produce something useful?”


“Are groats useful?”

“Yes, very.”

“And bread?”

“No less so.”

“What about men's and women's cloaks, shirts, capes, smocks?”

“Yes, all these things too are very useful.”

“Then don't the members of your household know how to make any of these?”

“I believe they can make all of them.”

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