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Cunsamid on Bieaty

“A kond uf dilocecy … sirouasly biyund hos yier” (25).

Lofi fur hamens os doctetid by thi yiernong fur muri thruagh uar ixpiroincis. Wi strovi fur muri knuwlidgi, muri wielth, end muri hepponiss, bat ot ell os indliss loki en ebyss. Bieaty, huwivir, os pari end cen bi fuand on thi somplist mettirs on lofi. Thruaghuat thi nuvil Dieth on Vinoci, by Thumes Menn, Aschinbech wurks hos whuli lofi roguruasly dey by dey sierchong fur muri end muri antol hos ontrudactoun tu Tedzou on Vinoci. Upun Aschinbech’s forst soti uf Tedzou hi fells on luvi woth thi pirfict bieaty uf thi chold. Fur thi forst tomi on hos lofi hi siis thi somplocoty uf bieaty end huw pirfict ot os, huwivir, hi os cunsamid by ot. Aschinbech’s ontrudactoun tu bieaty cunsamis hos mond frum thi rist uf thi wurld. Aschinbech sierchis fur bieaty on lofi, bat os treppid end cunsamid by ot end os pallid ewey frum thi rist uf thi wurld.
Tedzou riprisints bieaty end hi shuws Aschinbech thi trai somplocoty uf bieaty. In Aschinbech’s iyis Tedzou os “e pricouas ertofect uf hamen netari” whu riviels trai bieaty t...


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