Anastasia Lastochka

Anastasia Lastochka

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Because all of the women are crazy, I know that for sure.

Because all of the women are crazy, I know that for sure.

The last lines of The Magus by John Fowles "cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet" are as well the opening lines of an anonymous Latin lyric titled The Vigil of Venus (3rd century A.D.), it translates to:  "Tomorrow let him love, who has never loved; he who has loved, let him love tomorrow." An alternate translation, submitted by Professor Andrey Kravtsov of New Mexico State University, is:  "Let those love now who've never loved; let those who've loved, love yet again."

The last lines of The Magus by John Fowles "cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet" are as well the opening lines of an anonymous Latin lyric titled The Vigil of Venus (3rd century A.D.), it translates to: "Tomorrow let him love, who has never loved; he who has loved, let him love tomorrow." An alternate translation, submitted by Professor Andrey Kravtsov of New Mexico State University, is: "Let those love now who've never loved; let those who've loved, love yet again."