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Joseph Conrad

    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    It was the still­ness of an im­pla­ca­ble force brood­ing over an in­scrutable in­ten­tion. It looked at you with a venge­ful as­pect.
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    in­ter­lop­ers
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    The fas­ci­na­tion of the abom­i­na­tion—you know, imag­ine the grow­ing re­grets, the long­ing to es­cape, the pow­er­less dis­gust, the sur­ren­der, the hate.”
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    it fas­ci­nated me as a snake would a bird—a silly lit­tle bird.
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    som­nam­bu­list
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    sen­ten­tiously
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    pro­jec­tile
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    They were dy­ing slowly—it was very clear. They were not en­e­mies, they were not crim­i­nals, they were noth­ing earthly now—noth­ing but black shad­ows of dis­ease and star­va­tion, ly­ing con­fus­edly in the green­ish gloom.
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    pro­pi­tia­tory
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    The snake had charmed me.
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