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After Mallarmé

I was looking in the mirror and it occurred to me that jamais un coup de peigne n’abolira le hasard.

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  1. Martin says:

    And I was steadying my aim when it occurred to me that un coup de grâce toujours abolira le hasard.

    (Excuse the French)

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