Never Bet the Devil Your Head. - Edgar Allan Poe

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A novelist, for example, need have no care of his moral. It is there, that is to say, it is somewhere and the moral and the critics can take care of themselves. When the proper time arrives, all that the gentleman intended, and all that he did not intend, will be brought to light, in the "Dial" or the "Down Easter" together with all that he ought to have intended, and the rest that he clearly meant to intend, so that it will all come very straight in the end.

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