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English: Break, Break, Break, on thy cold gray Stones, o Sea, a photograph by American photographer Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr. (1862–1932). The title is a quote from the 1842 poem "Break, Break, Break" by Alfred Lord Tennyson.
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