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There is no being eloquent for atheism. In that exhausted receiver the mind cannot use its wings, - the clearest proof that it is out of its element

About Augustus Hare

Nationality: English
Profession: Writer
Born: 13-Mar-1834
Died: 22-Jan-1903

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