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" We listened to the steward going into the bath-room out of the saloon, filling the water-bottles there, scrubbing the bath, setting things to rights, whisk, bang, clatter — out again into the saloon — turn the key — click. Such was my scheme for... "
TWIXT LAND AND SEA - Page 117
by JOSEPH CONRAD - 1912
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Typhoon and Other Tales

Joseph Conrad - Fiction - 2002 - 310 pages
...the low stool, his bare feet close together, his arms folded, his head hanging on his breast—and perfectly still. Anybody would have taken him for...looking at him when a voice outside the door said: "Well!" ... I kept my eyes on him, and so, when the voice outside the door announced, "There's a ship's...
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'Twixt Land and Sea

Joseph Conrad - Fiction - 2008 - 10 pages
...Now and then glancing over my shoulder I saw him far back there sitting rigidly on the low stool, 35 his bare feet close together, his arms folded, his...I was looking at him when a voice outside the door "Beg pardon sir!" "Well!" I kept my eyes on him, and so when the voice outside the door announced "There's...
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Twixt Land and Sea (Paperbound)

Joseph Conrad - 1988 - 250 pages
...whispered. "Now you must vanish into the bath-room." He did so, as noiseless as a ghost, and then I rang for the steward, and facing him boldly, directed...outside the door said: "Beg pardon, sir." "Well!" ... I kept my eyes on him, and so when the voice outside the door announced, "There's a ship's boat...
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