Most readers whose attention is arrested by the above caption will recall that strangely stimulating story, "Through the Looking Glass," written by Lewis Carroll half a century or more ago. They will recollect the dialogue therein between Alice and the White Queen, in which Alice argues that one cannot believe impossible things; whereupon the Queen boasts that sometimes she has believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
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