[French poet Gérard de Nerval, 1808-1855] delighted his comrades one afternoon by parading through the Palais-Royal gardens with a lobster on a leash of blue ribbon. “He does not bark,” Nerval declared, “and he knows the secrets of the deep.”

[French poet Gérard de Nerval, 1808-1855] delighted his comrades one afternoon by parading through the Palais-Royal gardens with a lobster on a leash of blue ribbon. “He does not bark,” Nerval declared, “and he knows the secrets of the deep.”

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    Nerval had a point.
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