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Unformatted text preview: was after. After a bit more thought on the matter Augustine concludes that the beggar has not achieved true joy. But in trying to achieve true joy Augustine was in much pain and anxiety. The beggar had none of this. Now Augustine talks about his two good friends Nebridius and Alypius. He says that they are all have the same end in sight, but each is choosing his own way of getting to the goal. Augustine had quite the sexual appetite. But knowing that the church only condoned sex in the context of marriage made Augustine want to get married. His bride to be is a twelve year. He also liked the idea of getting married because of the money that would come with the bride....
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- Spring '08