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Ellen Kushner

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“You founded the place. Why don’t you want to go?”
“I don’t like children,” the duke replied.
“Then why put out all that money to preserve them?”
“Because it is wrong to let them die.”
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Part I, Chapter VIII, (p. 79)

 
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