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Umberto Eco, The Name of the Rose Quotes: He is, or has been, in many ways a great man. But for this very reason he is odd. It is only petty men who seem normal.
         

He is, or has been, in many ways a great man. But for this very reason he is odd. It is only petty men who seem normal.


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He is, or has been, in many ways a great man. But for this very reason he is odd. It is only petty men who seem normal.
         



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