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“Why Cyrus,” said the young man breaking1 into a laugh, “you do not think, do you, that human beauty is able to compel a man against his will to act contrary to his own best interests? Why,” said he, “if that were a law of nature, it would compel us all alike.

1 Araspas maintains that love is a matter of will

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