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January 5, 1997

Whoever finds and publishes this work shall be entitled to all proceeds.  I ask only that my name take its rightful place.  Perhaps you will even prosper.  If, however you discover that readers are less than sympathetic and choose to dismiss that enterprise out of hand, then may I suggest you drink plenty of wine and dance in the sheets of your wedding night, for whether you know it or not, now you truly are prosperous.  They say no truth stands the rest of time.  I can think of no greater comfort than knowing this document failed such a test.

Do not fret over schoolyard fights. Marine Man Raymond, qui patriam potestatem usurpavit, cannot be expected to understand. Fire has always coursed through your veins. It is only natural that some of that tremendous heat will now and then forge fists of your wrath.
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The Three Attic Whalestoe Institution Letters

House of Leaves

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