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“They called him the ‘Strange One,’ ‘Ulysses,’ and the ‘Man with the Otter Skins’ … Where did he come from? And what was he doing there? And why did he come from there? Another mystery of the north, Prince, for you to solve.”
“You cannot, though you owned the world, do any good in it except by devising new ways of advertising the fact that you felt in a particular way.”