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[86] Emphasis is also found in the phrases of every day, such as “Be a man!” or “He is but mortal,” or “We must live!” So like, as a rule, is nature to art.

It is not, however, sufficient for eloquence to set [p. 261] forth its theme in brilliant and vivid language: there are many different ways of embellishing our style.

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