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There seems to have been within him , ” Douglas Hewitt has said , “ a continual
war between the recognition of the " heart of darkness ' and the desire to rest
securely on unquestioned values . ” The latter won . It may be seen happening in
The fate of those who suffer from this condition is suggested in this passage from
A Room with a View ( 1908 ) : She gave up trying to un tand herself , and joined
the vast armies of the benighted , who follow neither the heart nor the brain , but ...
... Thomas , 93 Heart of Darkness , 364 , 366 , 368 , Great Expectations , 100 ,
188 , 194 , 371 12 196 Heart of Midlothian , The , 130 , Great Tradition , The , 223
, 317- 133-134 , 135 , 336 318 Heartsease , 229 Green , Henry , 413 Heat of the ...
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THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
THE FIRST GENERA
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