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Clive Barker, The Scarlet Gospels Quotes: Living in Hell kept him aware of the possibility of Heaven, and he’d never felt more alive.
         

Living in Hell kept him aware of the possibility of Heaven, and he’d never felt more alive.


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Living in Hell kept him aware of the possibility of Heaven, and he’d never felt more alive.
         



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