[191d] in mankind, reassembling our early estate and endeavoring to combine two in one and heal the human sore.“Each of us, then, is but a tally1 of a man, since every one shows like a flat-fish the traces of having been sliced in two; and each is ever searching for the tally that will fit him. All the men who are sections of that composite sex that at first was called man-woman are woman-courters; our adulterers are mostly descended from that sex,
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