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" He moved uneasily, a little disappointed by her attitude, but indulgent to it, and feeling, in this moment of perfect quietness, that in holding her surrendered hand he had found a closer communion than they had ever achieved before. But even then there... "
Victory: An Island Tale - Page 239
by Joseph Conrad - 1915 - 462 pages
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Victory

1921
...in my speeches, untimely in my silences." He moved uneasily, a little disappointed by her attitude, but indulgent to it, and feeling, in this moment of...life, which makes of them a delusion and a snare. delicately playful equanimity, the product of kindness and scorn, had perished with the loss of his...
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Victory

Joseph Conrad - 1921
...in my speeches, untimely in my silences." He moved uneasily, a little disappointed by her attitude, but indulgent to it, and feeling, in this moment of...lingered in him a sense of incompleteness not altogether overcome—which, it seemed, nothing ever would overcome—the fatal imperfection of all the gifts...
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VICTORY

JOSEP CONRAD - 1921
...silences." incompleteness not altogether overcome—which, it seemed nothing ever would overcome—the fatal imperfection of all the gifts of life, which makes of them a delusion and a snare. All of a sudden he squeezed her hand angrily. His delicately playful equanimity, the product of kindness...
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Victory

Joseph Conrad - 1923
...in my speeches, untimely in my silences." He moved uneasily, a little disappointed by her attitude, but indulgent to it, and feeling, in this moment of...life, which makes of them a delusion and a snare. delicately playful equanimity, the product of kindness and scorn, had perished with the loss of his...
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Victory

Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1921
...in my speeches, untimely in my silences." He moved uneasily, a little disappointed by her attitude, but indulgent to it, and feeling, in this moment of...achieved before. But even then there still lingered hi him a sense of incompleteness not altogether overcome — which, it seemed, nothing ever would over•"J...
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The Complete Works of Joseph Conrad: Victory

Joseph Conrad - 1921
...in my speeches, untimely in my silences." He moved uneasily, a little disappointed by her attitude, but indulgent to it, and feeling, in this moment of...life, which makes of them a delusion and a snare. delicately playful equanimity, the product of kindness and scorn, had perished with the loss of his...
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Victory, an Island Tale

Joseph Conrad - 1929 - 396 pages
...in my speeches, untimely in my silences." He moved uneasily, a little disappointed by her attitude, but indulgent to it, and feeling, in this moment of...life, which makes of them a delusion and a snare. delicately playful equanimity, the product of kindness and scorn, had perished with the loss of his...
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