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" He wt^ one of those creatures that are just simmering all the time with a silly sort of wickedness. Miserable devils that have no business to live at all. He wouldn't do his duty and wouldn't let anybody else do theirs. But what's the good of talking!... "
'Twixt Land and Sea - Page 109
by Joseph Conrad - 1922 - 264 pages
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'Twixt land and sea

Joseph Conrad - 1924 - 258 pages
...silly sort of wickedness. Miserable devils that have no business to live at all. He wouldn't do his duty and wouldn't let anybody else do theirs. But...well enough the sort of ill-conditioned snarling cur " /'' Hejy5j3ejaled_1x>me as if j>ur experiences had been as identical as ouiTcIoBSes. And I knew well...
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Short Stories: A Collection of Types of the Short Story

William Thomson Hastings, Benjamin Croker Clough, Kenneth Oliver Mason - Short stories - 1924 - 412 pages
...silly sort of wickedness. Miserable devils that have no business to live at all. He wouldn't do his duty and wouldn't let anybody else do theirs. But...well enough the sort of ill-conditioned snarling cur " tical as our clothes. And I knew well enough the pestiferous danger of such a character where there...
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The Complete Works of Joseph Conrad, Volume 19

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1921 - 264 pages
...silly sort of wickedness. Miserable devils that have no business to live at all. He wouldn't do his duty and wouldn't let anybody else do theirs. But...as. if 'our' experiences had been as identical as pur elo'tfie's/ And I knew well enough the pestiferous danger. 'of such a character where there are...
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The Works of Joseph Conrad: 'Twixt land and sea tales

Joseph Conrad - 1923 - 260 pages
...I can't see the necessity. There are fellows that an ! angel from heaven And I am not that. He was\ He appealed to me as if our experiences had been as identical as OUT clothes. And I knew well enough the pestiferous danger of such a character where there are no means...
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A Book of Modern Short Stories

Dorothy Brewster - Fiction - 1928 - 536 pages
...silly sort of wickedness. Miserable devils that have no business to live at all. He wouldn 't do his duty and wouldn't let anybody else do theirs. But...well enough the sort of illconditioned snarling cur " 176 repression. And I knew well enough also that my double there was no homicidal ruffian. I did...
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Poetics of the Elements in the Human Condition: Part I - The Sea: From ...

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1985 - 538 pages
...(657) (something akin to prison clothing) as the captain's, but Leggatt, as the captain informs as, "appealed to me as if our experiences had been as identical as our clothes." "I saw it all," he continues, "as though I were myself inside that other sleeping suit" (658). Leggatt...
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Desiring Whiteness: A Lacanian Analysis of Race

Kalpana Seshadri, Kalpana Seshadri-Crooks - Color vision - 2000 - 196 pages
...all the tune with a silly sort of wickedness. Miserable devils that have no business to live at all. But what's the good of talking! You know well enough the sort of ill -conditioned snarling cur." (374) The crewman's lack of individuality, his group designation as...
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Others

Joseph Hillis Miller - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 300 pages
...do his duty and wouldn't let anybody else do theirs" (31). The narrator agrees. He tells the reader, "I knew well enough the pestiferous danger of such...character where there are no means of legal repression" (31). Readers of The Nigger of the "Narcissus" (1897) will remember in that novel the sullen, resentful,...
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Modernity at Sea: Melville, Marx, Conrad in Crisis

Cesare Casarino - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 324 pages
...wouldn't let anybody else do theirs You know well enough the sort of ill-conditioned snarling cur.... And I knew well enough the pestiferous danger of such...means of legal repression. And I knew well enough that my double there was no homicidal ruffian. I did not think of asking him for details, and he told...
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'Twixt Land and Sea

Joseph Conrad - Fiction - 2008 - 10 pages
...silly sort of wickedness. Miserable devils that have no business to live at all. He wouldn't do his duty and wouldn't let anybody else do theirs. But what's the good of talking! You know well enough He appealed to me as if our experiences had been as identical as our clothes. And I knew well enough...
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