The Sphynx is grand in its loneliness; it is imposing in its magnitude; it
is impressive in the mystery that hangs over its story. And there is that in
the overshadowing majesty of this eternal figure of stone, with its accusing
memory of the deeds of all ages, which reveals to one something of what he shall
feel when he shall stand at last in the awful presence of God.
- The Innocents Abroad
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