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The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry by Walter Horatio Pater

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233. +Pater's translation: "[Herakleitos says somewhere that] All things
give way; nothing remains." Plato, Cratylus 402 A, as noted in
The Oxford Anthology of English Literature, eds. Lionel Trilling
and Harold Bloom. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1973.

236. +Following William Buckler's emendation in Walter Pater:
Three Major Texts (New York: New York UP, 1986), I have
corrected dephlegmatisiren vivificiren to dephlegmatisiren,
vivificiren.

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