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ople only see in us ●the contemptible skirt-fever which rul▓es our actions but completely miss th▓e beauty-hunger underlying it.To be so struc●k by a face sometimes that one wants to devour i▓t feature by feature.Even making lo

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▓ve to the body beneath it gives no surcease, n▓o rest.What is to be done with peopl▓e like us’ He sighs and ab▓ruptly begins to talk about Alexandria in the● old days.He speaks with a new resignation ●and gentleness about th

good — as in

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ose far-off da▓ys across which he sees himself moving so se●renely, so effortlessly as a youth and a youn▓g man.‘I have never got to the bottom of my fa▓ther.His view of things was mordant, and yet● it is possible this his iro

the passage w

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nie▓s concealed a wounded spirit.One is not an ord▓inary man if one can say things so ●pointed that they engage the attention ●and memory of others.As once in spea●king of marriage he said “In marriag●e they legitimized despa

  • picture鈥淪implicity is the nature of great souls.
  • picture鈥淭he little things are infinitely the most important.
  • picture鈥淪implicity is the essence of happiness.

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ir,” and “Ev●ery kiss is the conquest of ●a repulsion.” He struck me a▓s having a coherent view of life but madness i▓ntervened and all I have to go o▓n is the memory of a few incide▓nts and sayings.I wish I could l●eave behind as much.’ I lie awake i

n ●the narrow wooden bunk for a while thinkin●g over what he has been saying●: all is darkness now and silence ●save for the low rapid voice of ●Nessim on the balcony outsid●e talking to the loaders.I ▓cannot catch the words.Capodistria sits▓ for a while

in the darkness to fin●ish his cheroot before climbing heavily into the● bunk under the window.The others are already● asleep to judge by the heavy snor●ing of Ralli.My fear has given place to r▓esignation once more; now at t▓he borders of sleep I think o