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(RQ:Milton Paradise Lost)
(RQ:James Point of View)
(RQ:Melville Billy Budd)
1926, (w), "Ballade at Thirty-Five" in ''The Collected Poetry of Dorothy Parker'', New York: The Modern Library, 1936, p. 60,
- This, a solo of sapience, / This, a chantey of sophistry, / This, the sum of experiments— / I loved them until they loved me.
2009, Robert Brandom, ''Reason in Philosophy: Animating Ideas''
- I then marked out three ways in which we can instead describe and demarcate ourselves in terms of the sapience that distinguishes us from the beasts of forest and field.
1478, (w), ''(w)'', "The Wife of Bath's Tale" 1195-8, https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Canterbury_Tales/The_Wife_of_Bath's_Prologue_and_Tale
- Povert is hateful good, and, as I gesse, / A ful greet bringer out of bisinesse; / A greet amender eek of sapience / To him that taketh it in pacience.