ONE of the commonest phases of limitation to which mortals submit unresistingly is the so-called law of arrested development. On the one hand we may behold stunted and imperfect bodies, from whose eyes look out rebellious and imprisoned mortals, groping vainly for a solution to their age-long problem; on the other, we are confronted by those of attractive and well-nigh perfect physique, whose blank, unseeing stare attests mental vacuity.
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