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Climaxing this passage, in the gardens the inanimate objet d'art again provides a transfixing or hypnotic presence: "that antique image in the centre, God or Goddess I wist not; but child of Athens or old Rome paid never a sincerer worship to Pan or to Sylvanus in their native groves than I to that fragmental mystery" (LM x: 228).
If I make the mistake - that you dared to tell me ["Such be the Majesty etc'] - would give me sincerer honor - toward you -