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The King James Bible.

Posted by J.R. on June 15, 2004 at 05:50:19:

What can I say? Such magnificent language, such magnificent cadences.
It's impact on Western literature is inestimable. Shakespear,
Milton, Blake, Spenser, ad infinitum. One of the major influences of
Western literature and civilization. Regards,