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" Don Juan ever ask himself what Manuel could do to me—Tomas Castro? To me, who am poor and a vagabond, and a friend of Don Carlos, may his soul rest with God. Are all you English like princes that you should never think of anybody but yourselves? "
Romance: A Novel - Page 314
by Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1924 - 541 pages
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Romance: A Novel

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - Caribbean Area - 1903 - 428 pages
...to me? He at least is completely helpless." " Did the Senor Don Juan ever ask himself what \Ianuel could do to me—Tomas Castro? To me, who am poor...you should never think of anybody but yourselves? " He revolted and provoked me, as if his opinion of the English could matter, or his point of view...
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Romance: A Novel

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1903 - 541 pages
...craving after murder: "Why? What can Manuel do to me? He at least is completely helpless." "Did the Senor Don Juan ever ask himself what Manuel could do to...you should never think of anybody but yourselves?" He revolted and provoked me, as if his opinion of the English could matter, or his point of view signify...
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Ford Madox Ford and Englishness

Dennis Brown, Jenny Plastow - Literary Criticism - 2006 - 290 pages
...cold blood, is not merciful but instead proud and selfish in that it releases them to do further evil: 'Are all you English like princes that you should never think of anybody but yourselves?' Castro asks, before indeed being killed horribly through the freed Manuel's devices (Romance 306)....
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