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'But you said the other day that he was red-haired.' 'I couldn't have. Make him black-haired of course. You've no imagination.' Seeing that I had just discovered the entire general principles on which the half-memory falsely called imagination is based, I felt entitled to laugh, but forbore, for the sake of the tale. 'You're right. You're the chap with imagination. A black-haired chap in a decked ship.' 'No, an open ship, like a big boat.'



Source of the quote

Poem of the Week ("Song of the Galley-slaves")

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