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 That man—inferior in no way, probably, to any man belonging to the oldest families—lies alone without companions and stripped of all life's gifts  among the dappled or shaggy beasts. He is a man to be pitied for his torments and his hunger alike, enduring anguish that has no cure. But to his bitter cries the mountain nymph, babbling Echo, coming from afar,  gives answer.
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