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(About Brothers, Death & Dying, Dreams, Education, Happiness, Learning, Necessity, Soul, Truth)

Learn, good soul,
To think our former state a happy dream;
From which awak'd, the truth of what we are
Shows us but this: I am sworn brother, sweet,
To grim Necessity; and he and
Will keep a league till death.

(King Richard The Second)


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