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See the network of road, the names and borders of the provinces, zoom in on the smallest village mentioned in history, and the tiniest island. Later if you are curious, you can find a great deal of academic research on these caesural breaks, and can decide if the scholarship aids or restricts the poetic sense of the lines. The goal is not to master pleasures by asceticism, but to enjoy them without becoming enslaved by them, and to learn to tell the difference between those that endanger us and those that don't.

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Publisher: Kessinger Publishing, LLC (September 10, 2010)

ISBN: 1164921991

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