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" This is the tale of a tragic dynasty;
a narrative of hatred, honor, courage,
of virtue, love, ideals and wickedness,
and of a war so terrible, it marked
the threshold between one age and the next.
 
We approach the story through Ugrashravas,
singer of ancient songs, a traveling poet
who wandered the world . . .

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