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'The pupil of Jabaster: I see it all. Another victim to his reveries. I'll save this boy. David,--for thy name must not be sounded within this city,--the sun is dying. Let us to the terrace, and seek the solace of the twilight breeze.'
'What is the hour, David?'
'Near to midnight. I marvel if thy brother may read in the stars our happy meeting.'
'Men read that which they wish. He is a learned Cabalist.'
'But what we wish comes from above.'
'So they say.We make our fortunes and we call them fate.'
'Yet the Voice sounded, the Daughter of the Voice that summoned Samuel.'
'You have told me strange things; I have heard stranger solved.'
'My faith is a rock.'
'On which you may split.'
'Art thou a Sadducee?'
'I am a man who knows men.'
'You are learned, but different from Jabaster.'
'We are the same, though different. Day and Night are both portions of Time.'
'And thy portion is----'
'That is, light.'
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