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Victory: An Island Tale - Page 460
by Joseph Conrad - 1915 - 462 pages
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Some Modern Novelists Appreciations And Estimates

Helen Thomas Follett And Wilson Follett - 1918
...his abnormal philosophy to help him to resignation and readjustment, he can but cry in despair, " ' Ah, Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has not learned...to hope, to love — and to put its trust in life.' " Thus, as in other stories of Mr. Conrad, the meaning of failure is less tragic than the physical...
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Victory

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1921
...young. He was a queer chap. Practically the last words he said to me, as we came out on the verandah, were: '"Ah, Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has...it's me.' "'Jeeminy! I thought the beggar had done for you. He has started prancing and nearly had me. I have been dodging around, looking for you ever...
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A Student's History of English Literature

William Edward Simonds - English literature - 1921 - 521 pages
...no sound; this is the formula taught him in his youth. But when the catastrophe falls, he exclaims, "Woe to the man whose heart has not learned while...to hope, to love — and to put its trust in life!" The Secret Agent (1907), Under Western Eyes (1911), Chance (1914), and The Arrow of Gold (1919) have...
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VICTORY

JOSEP CONRAD - 1921
...young. He was a queer chap. Practically the last words he said to me, as we came out on the verandah, were: " 'Ah, Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has not learned while young to hope, to love—and to put its trust in life!' "As we stood there, just before I left him, for he said he wanted...
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Victory

Joseph Conrad - 1923
...delicacy. was a queer chap. Practically the last words he said to me, as we came out on the verandah, were: "'Ah, Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has...it's me.' "'Jeeminy! I thought the beggar had done for you. He has started prancing and nearly had me. I have been dodging around, looking for you ever...
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Schellings Anniversary Papers

Literature - 1923 - 341 pages
...Victory that he makes his most forthright declaration of faith in life. It is in the last words of Heyst, "Woe to the man whose heart has not learned while...to hope, to love — and to put its trust in life." You will find sayings from Shakespeare and from Sir Thomas Browne on the title pages of books of Conrad....
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Schellings Anniversary Papers

Felix Emmanuel Schelling - Literature - 1923 - 341 pages
...Victory that he makes his most forthright declaration of faith in life. It is in the last words of Heyst, "Woe to the man whose heart has not learned while young to hope, to love—and to put its trust in life." You will find sayings from Shakespeare and from Sir Thomas Browne...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 119

American literature - 1917
...of his abnormal philosophy to help him to resignation and readjustment, he can but cry in despair, 'Ah, Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has not...to hope, to love — and to put its trust in life.' Thus, as in other stories of Mr. Conrad, the meaning of failure is less tragic than the physical fact....
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Man's Changing Mask: Modes and Methods of Characterization in Fiction

Charles Child Walcutt - Characters and characteristics in literature - 1966 - 368 pages
...After such knowledge, what forgiveness? Heyst kills himself after uttering his last recorded words: " 'Ah, Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has not...to hope, to love — and to put its trust in life!' " (IV, 14.) So much for the story, which is a tale to keep old men from the fireside and children from...
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Joseph conrad

1915
...immemorial refuge of disillusioned men— the goodness of life, the goodness of even its honest failures. "'Ah, Davidson, woe to the man whose heart has not learned while young to hope, to love—and to put its trust in life.'" Such is the splendid, the finally dominant sanity of the book....
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