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A Man of Genius; a Story of the Judgment of Paris

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I shall never speak from this pulpit again. But I hope, when I've left it, to speak more clearly than I have ever done in my life before.
"And now for my reasons for leaving it. I heard a man say the other day: 'Passon's leaving because he thinks he's too good for the Church.' Now, I'm leaving for precisely the opposite reason. This Church follows a Man who lived the life of toil, who had often no roof over His head and but little food to eat, and I have all my life denied Him by taking all the
... ease, all the money, all the food, all the treasures on which I could lay hands. My friends, I am not good enough for the Church of the Jewish car- penter, the friend of harlots and fishermen and outcasts, the close companion of the rejected of men." He was gone from the pulpit by the time the lights were all turned up, and he remained sitting quietly in his place while the curate finished the service. In the bustle that followed the sermon, all eyes were turned from Mr. West- away to Damaris. Yet her thoughts were hardly with her father at all, but with Thyrza, for the thought grew with every hour that passed, that the girl, for all her quietness, was approaching a state of desperation.

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