Shepherds were a class apart.... With manhood they became sullen, while a few turned dangerously savage, more animal than man, haunting the flocks, and finding the satisfaction of their adult appetities in them, to the exclusion of more licit affections.

T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia"), Seven Pillars of Wisdom, Chapter 34

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