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It takes all it can from the common treasure of European culture and rejects with hostility and contempt all that it cannot claim as its own. His light-hearted, melodious poems still appeal to modern readers. We agreed on certain things to be done, and finally, always out of regard for Do a Rita's credit, I put myself generally at his disposition or of any Carlist agent he would appoint in his place; for I did not suppose that he would remain very long in Marseilles.

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