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This is an online version of the novel, in complete text, with the added advantage of one being able to search the novel for specific references -- for instance, if one was doing a paper on Shakespeare in reference to the novel, one could type in "The Tempest" and receive a list of all references to the play.
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30 Oct 2008. http://www.utilitarianism.com/jeremy-bentham/index.html#four
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