Quotes from “The Sea Wolf” by Jack London

I could follow his advice
threw me into a panic
he had been through the experience before
had slept the clock around
poise and penetration
You are the slave to the opinions which have credence among the people you have known and have read about
This was dead in our teeth
vim and snap
knew this man's sadness as the penalty which the materialist ever pays for his materialism.
I can never bring myself to recognize anything else as valid.
wandered all these years among A world of women, seeking you."
I had taken a dislike to him at first, and as he helped to dress me this dislike increased.
"But history tells of slaves who rose to the purple
dived out of the gall
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