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Ludovico Ariosto

Man proposes, and God disposes.

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Nature made him, and then broke the mold.

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When the devil grows old he turns hermit.

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Nature made him, and then broke the mold.

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We soon believe the things we would believe.

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Who seems most hideous when adorned the most.

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They think they have God Almighty by the toe.

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From heresy, frenzy and jealousy, good Lord deliver me.

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Such fire was not by water to be drowned, nor he his nature changed by changing ground.

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Orlando Furioso Canto 21

ARGUMENT
Zerbino for Gabrina, who a heart
Of asp appears to bear, contends. O'erthrown,
The Fleming falls upon the other part,
Through cause of that despised and odious crone,
He wounded sore, and writhing with the smart,
The beldam's treason to the prince makes known,
Whose scorn and hatred hence derive new force.
Towards loud cries Zerbino spurs his horse.

I
No cord I well believe is wound so tight
Round chest, nor nails the plank so fastly hold,
As Faith enwraps an honourable sprite
In its secure, inextricable, fold;
Nor holy Faith, it seems, except in white
Was mantled over in the days of old;
So by the ancient limner ever painted,
As by one speck, one single blemish tainted.

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