Pan's Pipes (Ungekürzt)
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”Pan's Pipes” is a story by Robert Louis Stevenson: The world in which we live has been variously said and sung by the most ingenious poets and philosophers: these reducing it to formulæ and chemical ingredients, those striking the lyre in high-sounding measures for the handiwork of God. What experience supplies is of a mingled tissue, and the choosing mind has much to reject before it can get together the materials of a theory.
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