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Books

reading.jpg Books are held in high respect in most Obscure Cities, although there is a tendency to value the object rather than the words 1). Among the exceptions we note Cernovada, where a Library was converted into an orphanage 2), and Mylos, where even Jules Vernes's books are burned if deemed a nuisance to production 3).

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