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[4] I would not always steep my head with the same sweet nard, nor strive to win my stomach with familiar[p. 345] wine. The bull loves to change his valley-pasture, and the wild beast maintains his zest by change of food. Even to be bathed in the light of day is pleasant only because the night-hour races back with altered steeds.

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