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All is asleep: the army, the wind, and Neptune.
Ah, why can’t I know if I love, or if I hate?
I loved you when you were unfaithful; what would I have done if you were true?
Ainsi que la vertu, le crime a ses degre s. Crime, like virtue, has its degrees.
Small crimes always precede great ones. Never have we seen timid innocence
Flight is lawful, when one flies from tyrants.
He who has far to ride spares his horse.
Can a faith that does nothing be called sincere?
Great crimes come never singly; they are linked To sins that went before.
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