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Dialogues of the Dead

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Author: Lord Lyttelton
Published: 1889
Language: English
Wordcount: 64,583 / 190 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 69.4
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 271
Added to site: 2006.02.04
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es and commerce, I am surprised that your heart itself did not stop you. It makes one shudder to think that such orders should be sent from the most polished court in Europe, as the most savage Tartars could hardly have executed without remorse and compassion.

Louis.--It was not my heart, but my religion, that dictated these severities. My confessor told me they alone would atone for all my sins.

Peter.--Had I believed in my patriarch as you believed in your priest, I should not have been the great monarch that I was. But I mean not to detract from the merit of a prince whose memory is dear to his subjects. They are proud of having obeyed you, which is certainly the highest praise to a king. My people also date their glory from the era of my reign. But there is this capital distinction between us. The pomp and pageantry of state were necessary to your greatness; I was great in myself, great in the energy and powers of my mind, great in the superiority and sovereignty of my soul

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