Joseph Henry Shorthouse
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John Inglesant (1881) 
- The enthusiastic and pleasing illusions of youth.
- All creeds and opinions are nothing but the mere result of chance and temperament.
- Nothing but the infinite Pity is sufficient for the infinite pathos of human life.