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In trying to understand the appeal of best-sellers, it is well to remember that whistles can be made sounding certain notes which are clearly audible to dogs and other of the lower animals, though man is incapable of hearing them.
Rebecca West (1892–1983), British author. The Strange Necessity, ch. 11 (1928).
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