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 Christopher Pearce Cranch once said...

When great poets sing, Into the night new constellations spring, With music in the air that dulls the craft Of rhetoric. So when Shakespeare sang or laughed The world with long, sweet Alpine echoes thrilled Voiceless to scholars' tongues no muse had filled With melody divine.

In Shakespeare Quotes, by Christopher Pearce Cranch , Source: Shakespeare

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