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[83] A virtue which closely resembles the last, but is on a grander scale, is emphasis, which succeeds [p. 259] in revealing a deeper meaning than is actually expressed by the words. There are two kinds of emphasis: the one means more than it says, the other often means something which it does not actually say.

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