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Meanwhile plays like All's Well That Ends Well and Timothy Of Athens are comparatively poorer works and very few people reckon with them

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Now I tell everyone about it and even host a monthly free favor exchange event based on its principles

And that act of initiative, however tiny, is a window into what you do at work

1,800 paintings, 1,200 sculptures, 2,800 ceramics, and 12,000 drawings, not to mention prints, rugs, and tapestries, yet only a few of these works are considered truly great

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