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Victor Hugo

July, 1847 “I’m saying that it doesn’t matter what a man has stolen.  The fact of the matter is that in choosing to steal, he is deciding that his desires are more important than another man’s rights.  And this makes him dangerous.” “But my dear Inspector, surely that is taking… Read more »

Alexandre Dumas

“But it’s the title of the book!” Violetta coughed, then winced. “Then you will need to change the title. Trust me, darling. The camellias have to go.” Alexandre’s voice was very nearly petulant. “But Violetta, it’s a lovely metaphor. And a beautiful one, don’t you think? Flowers to represent her… Read more »