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Author Friedrich von Hardenberg ― greater often called Novalis (1772–1801) ― used to be a poet and thinker who labored heavily with Friedrich Schlegel and Ludwig Tieck. Novalis's effect prolonged to Hermann Hesse and Jorge Luis Borges, and the "blue flower" motif that he originated in Henry von Ofterdingen has seemed within the works of C. S. Lewis and George R. R. Martin. This version includes a lifetime of the writer and an Afterword by way of Ludwig Tieck.
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Hay harvest was to begin as soon as it settled. There were only two fields to be mown this year, to provide just enough stuff to last until the spring. As my vacation had begun, I decided I would help, and that we three, the father, George, and I, would get in the hay without hired assistance. I rose the first morning very early, before the sun was well up. The clear sound of challenging cocks could be heard along the valley. In the bottoms, over the water and over the lush wet grass, the night mist still stood white and substantial.
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