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" Hadn't the slightest idea. I am the mate of her " He paused and corrected himself. "I should say I was." "Aha! Something wrong?" "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man. "
Complete Works - Page 101
by Joseph Conrad - 1925
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'Twixt Land and Sea

Joseph Conrad - Book jackets - 1912 - 302 pages
...himself. " I should say I was." " Aha! Something wrong ? " "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man," " What do you mean ? Just now ? " " No, on the passage....to nod imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleepingsuit. It was, in the night,- as though I had been faced by my own reflection in the depths...
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The Works of Joseph Conrad, Volume 12

Joseph Conrad - 1921 - 324 pages
..." I should say I was." " Aha ! Something wrong ? " " Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man." " What do you mean ? Just now ? " " No, on the passage....a man " " Fit of temper," I suggested confidently. " A pretty thing to have to own up to for a Conway boy," murmured my double distinctly. " You're a...
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Twixt Land and Sea Tales

Joseph Conrad - English fiction - 1921 - 258 pages
...himself. "I should say I was." "Aha! Something wrong?" "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man." "What do you mean? Just now?" "No, on the passage. Weeks ago. Thirty -nine south. When I say a man " "Fit of temper," I suggested, confidently. The shadowy, dark...
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'Twixt land and sea

Joseph Conrad - 1921 - 266 pages
...himself. "I should say I was." "Aha! Something wrong?" "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man." "What do you mean? Just now?" "No, on the passage....nod • imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleepingsuit. It was, in the night, as though I had been faced by my own reflection in the depths of...
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'Twixt land and sea, tales

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1923 - 262 pages
...himself. "I should say I was." "Aha! Something wrong?" "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man." "What do you mean? Just now?" "No, on the passage....to nod imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleepingsuit. It was, in the night, as though I had been faced by my own reflection in the depths of...
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The Complete Works of Joseph Conrad, Volume 19

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1921 - 264 pages
...'•'.." "Aha! Something wrong?" *'- //.!.. .' "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a"m4st.".--' .__ " What do you mean ? Just now? " ' " * : /: '' "No,...to nod imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleepingsuit. It was, in the night, as though I had been faced by my own reflection in the depths of...
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The Works of Joseph Conrad: 'Twixt land and sea tales

Joseph Conrad - 1923 - 260 pages
...himself. "I should say I was." "Aha! Something wrong?" "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man." "What do you mean? Just now?" "No, on the passage....to nod imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleepingsuit. It was, in the night, as though I had been faced by my own reflection in the depths of...
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The Works of Joseph Conrad: 'Twixt the land and sea

Joseph Conrad - 1925 - 262 pages
...himself. "I should say I was." "Aha! Something wrong?" "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man." "W?hat do you mean? Just now?" "No, on the passage....I suggested, confidently. The shadowy, dark head, like_mine, seemed to nod imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleepingsuit. iLJESSoJui-the nighjtx^t^thpu^j^IJhid...
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'Twixt Land and Sea: Tales

Joseph Conrad - Adventure stories, English - 1925 - 264 pages
...Very wrong indeed. I've killed_a jman." "What do you mean? Just now?" "No, on the passage. Weeks _ago. Thirty-nine south. When I say a man " "Fit of temper,"...I suggested, confidently. The shadowy, dark head, jike mine, seemed to nod imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleepingsuit. JJLwas, in the night,...
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A Book of Modern Short Stories

Dorothy Brewster - Fiction - 1928 - 536 pages
...himself. "I should say I was." "Aha! Something wrong?" "Yes. Very wrong indeed. I've killed a man." "What do you mean? Just now?" "No, on the passage....to nod imperceptibly above the ghostly grey of my sleeping-suit. It was, in the night, as though I had been faced by my own reflection in the depths...
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