Nathaniel Hawthorne Quote

Articulate words are a harsh clamor and dissonance. When man arrives at his highest perfection, he will again be dumb.


The Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne: Passages from the French and Italian note-books [c1883 (ed. 1883)

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Articulate words are a harsh clamor and dissonance. When man arrives at his highest perfection, he will again be dumb.

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Articulate words are a harsh clamor and dissonance. When man arrives at his highest perfection, he will again be dumb.

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Articulate words are a harsh clamor and dissonance. When man arrives at his highest perfection, he will again be dumb.

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Articulate words are a harsh clamor and dissonance. When man arrives at his highest perfection, he will again be dumb.