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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.
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    This de­voted band called it­self the El­do­rado Ex­plor­ing Ex­pe­di­tion
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    Trees, trees, mil­lions of trees, mas­sive, im­mense, run­ning up high
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    We pen­e­trated deeper and deeper into the heart of dark­ness.
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    We were wan­der­ers on a pre­his­toric earth, on an earth that wore the as­pect of an un­known planet.
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    men tak­ing pos­ses­sion of an ac­cursed in­her­i­tance, to be sub­dued at the cost of pro­found an­guish and of ex­ces­sive toil
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    The pre­his­toric man was curs­ing us, pray­ing to us, wel­com­ing us—who could tell? We were cut off from the com­pre­hen­sion of our sur­round­ings
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    sane men would be be­fore an en­thu­si­as­tic out­break in a mad­house
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    The mind of man is ca­pa­ble of any­thing—be­cause ev­ery­thing is in it, all the past as well as all the fu­ture. What was there af­ter all? Joy, fear, sor­row, de­vo­tion, val­our, rage—who can tell?—but truth—truth stripped of its cloak of time.
    Teddyhas quoted2 years ago
    The thick fog was one.
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