Quotation by Jonathan Swift

Where fierce indignation can no longer tear his heart.
[Ubi saeva indignatio ulterius cor lacerare nequit.]
Jonathan Swift (1667–1745), Anglo-Irish satirist. epitaph, Jonathan Swift: A Critical Edition of the Major Works, eds. Angus Ross and David Woolley (1984).

In accordance with his will, inscribed on Swift's tomb in St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, where he had served as Dean for 30 years.
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