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"The appeal of efficiency alone is nearly ended. Beauty is the natural and logical next step"
"This pirate—the greatest of his generation, and one whose name was babbled with terror in most of the Romance tongues, and horribly mispronounced into the bargain—was never captured, but lived and died a pirate king"