Here's the mahn ye were speerin' after. Here's Macdonald." It was the voice of Barnes, and the voice of the every day. I discovered that I had been tremendously upset. The pulses in my temples were throbbing, and I wanted to shut my eyes — to sleep!... Romance: A Novel - Page 40by Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford - 1922 - 428 pagesFull view
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Sarah Cole - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 297 pages
...elided province that invisibly produces wealth: "I was tired; Romance had departed. [The planters] represented all the laborious insects of the world;...down steep places, getting nowhere and doing nothing" (/?, 51). The young Kemp's invective against labor in part illustrates his surly adolescence, but it...