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F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise Quotes: If we could only learn to look on evil as evil, whether it's clothed in filth or monotony or magnificence.
         

If we could only learn to look on evil as evil, whether it's clothed in filth or monotony or magnificence.


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