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Body, the
Engrave this Quote What economy of colors there, compared to a tropical fish or a sunrise or even a pigeon's neck -- dull red, indistinct gray buff, some splotches of green. But what opulence of forms -- serpents, goblets, tapestries, coils, pouches, conch shells, washboards, sheets, waves, curls, fountains of translucent tissue.
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-Charles LeBaron, on the interior of the human body quoted in Christine Quigley's The Corpse: A History

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