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    “That’s what I find so wonderful, that not a day goes by, to speak in the old style, hardly a day, without some addition to one’s knowledge however trifling, the addition I mean, provided one takes the pains. And if for some strange reason no further pains are possible, why then just close the eyes and wait for the day to come, the happy day to come when flesh melts at so many degrees and the night of the moon has so many hundred hours.” — Winnie in Beckett’s “Happy Days”

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