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THE SHAKESPEAREAN PROBLEM

' Then you'll lose the life. It's a quotation all right, but it happens to be a little bit that I cut out of the best end of Paradise Lost, by J. Milton, Esquire.' And Jimmy leant back in his chair satisfied. He had scored nothing for himself, but he had done something to spoil the chances of six other men.
The chairman turned to Sir Charles. ` Don't you think that Jimmy's an irreverent young blackguard ? ' he asked.
'Well,' said Sir Charles, with an air of quiet dignity. ` Jimmy is young and I am old. As we progress on life's journey, we old men cease to expect to find universal agreement with our views. We know that our opinions are our own, but cannot be all the world's.' He paused and sighed. ` A stage or two farther on, and Jimmy may come to think, as I do now, that-' And here suddenly Sir Charles broke off and chuckled. ` Well, I'm blest !' he said. ' I never expected to do it. I knew this wasn't a little nest of Shakespeareans, but I did think that

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