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Tall pen drawing. Various formations of figures are arranged around a person cuddling a wolf made out of hands and a jousting match. On either side of the images are boxes of text, extracts from seventeenth-century poetry.

ENERGY∙­SAVER∙­SVPER∙­STAR

AND∙­PLAY∙­NOT∙­WITH∙­MY∙­LIBERTY // EITHER TAKE All∙­OR∙­ALL∙­DESTROY

CHLoRIS∙­IT∙­IS∙­NOT∙­Thy∙­DISDAIN CAN∙­EVER∙­COVER∙­WITH∙­DISPAIR

“Either take all, or all restore.” - Sidney Godolphin, “Or Love Me Less or Love Me More,”

and “To Chloris,”

in Seventeenth Century Lyrics, edited by Norman Ault, London:Longmans, Green and Co., 1950, pp.168-169.