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The source of the phrase by Leibniz in the excerpt from October 5, 1973, comes from the conclusion of a quotation sent to Ponge with a note from his friend, writer and critic Philippe Sollers, in November 1969: "Itaque plurium Mentium creatione Deus efficere voluit, de universo, quod pictor aliquis de magna urbe, qui varias ejus species sive projectiones delineatas exhibere vellet, pictor in tabula, ut Deux in mente.
He chose Pearl 'to hys make, althagh vnmete / Sumtyme semed that assemble' (759-60), and the epistle echoes this marriage imagery by ending: 'Despondi enim vos uni viro virginem castam exhibere Christo.