It may well be that by trickery of priests men have sometimes taken a mortal's voice for a god's. But it will not work the other way. No one who hears a god's voice takes it for a mans.
("Till We Have Faces: A Novel of Cupid and Psyche")
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I was with book, as a woman is with child.
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