Anthony Trollope about madness (“Phineas Redux”, 1874) - But mad people never do die. That's a well-known fact. They've nothing to trouble them, and they live for ever.
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But mad people never do die. That's a well-known fact. They've nothing to trouble them, and they live for ever.
 Anthony TrollopePhineas Redux (1874). copy citation

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