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Today's Stichomancy for Denzel Washington

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from An Old Maid by Honore de Balzac:

"Oh, yes!" said the ingenuous creature. "They march the pupils about with drums at their head. The masters have no more religion than pagans. And they put the poor lads in uniform, as if they were troops. What ideas!"

"And behold the product!" said the chevalier, motioning to Athanase. "In my day, young men were not so shy of looking at a pretty woman. As for him, he drops his eyes whenever he sees you. That young man frightens me because I am really interested in him. Tell him not to intrigue with the Bonapartists, as he is now doing about that theatre. When all these petty folks cease to ask for it insurrectionally,-- which to my mind is the synonym of constitutionally,--the government

The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from Salome by Oscar Wilde:

corps.--Laisse-moi toucher ton corps!

IOKANAAN. Arriere, fille de Babylone! C'est par la femme que le mal est entre dans le monde. Ne me parlez pas. Je ne veux pas t'ecouter. Je n'ecoute que les paroles du Seigneur Dieu.

SALOME. Ton corps est hideux. Il est comme le corps d'un lepreux. Il est comme un mur de platre ou les viperes sont passees, comme un mur de platre ou les scorpions ont fait leur nid. Il est comme un sepulcre blanchi, et qui est plein de choses degoutantes. Il est horrible, il est horrible ton corps! . . . C'est de tes cheveux que je suis amoureuse, Iokanaan. Tes cheveux ressemblent e des grappes de raisins, e des grappes de raisins noirs qui pendent des vignes

The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Melmoth Reconciled by Honore de Balzac:

was like a drunken man, and utterly unable to think connectedly. He came to himself in Aquilina's room, whither he had been supported by the united efforts of his mistress, the porter, and Jenny; for he had fainted as he stepped from the carriage.

"HE will be here directly! Oh, my friends, my friends," he cried, and he flung himself despairingly into the depths of a low chair beside the fire.

Jenny heard the bell as he spoke, and admitted the Englishman. She announced that "a gentleman had come who had made an appointment with the master," when Melmoth suddenly appeared, and deep silence followed. He looked at the porter--the porter went; he looked at