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" There was nothing either above or below him, and I knew it. He had kicked himself loose of the earth. Confound the man! he had kicked the very earth to pieces. "
The Fate of the Earth: And, The Abolition - Сторінка xvi
автори: Jonathan Schell - 2000 - 417 стор.
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Том 165

1899
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself — his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I...the man ! he had kicked the very earth to pieces. He was alone, and I before him did not know whether I stood on the ground or floated in the air. I've...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 381 стор.
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself • his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I...the man ! he had kicked the very earth to pieces. He was alone, and I before him did not know whether I stood on the ground or floated in the air. I've...
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Youth and Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1924 - 339 стор.
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself — his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I...himself loose of the earth. Confound the man! he had kicked'the very earth to pieces. He was alone, and I before him did not know whether I stood on the...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 381 стор.
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself — his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I knew it. He had locked Hm&elf loose of the earth. Confound the man ! he had kicked the very earth to pieces. He was...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 379 стор.
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself — his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I...the man! he had kicked* the very earth to pieces. He was alone, and I before him did not know whether I stood on the ground or floated in the air. I've...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 339 стор.
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself — his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I...the man! he had kicked* the very earth to pieces. He was alone, and I before him did not know whether I stood on the ground or floated in the air. I've...
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Complete Works, Том 16

Joseph Conrad - 1903
...low. I had, even like the niggers, to invoke him himself 8 " his own exalted and in _ degradation. There was nothing either above or below -. /him, and...himself loose of ,//the earth. Confound the man! he had HckfH* th p very earthrtojneces. He was alone, and I before him did not know wEether I stood on the...
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Youth: And Two Other Stories, Том 26

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 339 стор.
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself — his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I knew it. CHe had kicked himself loose of the earth. Confound the man! he had kicked-the very earth to pieces....
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The Living Age ..., Том 226

1900
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him— himself— his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I...confound the man! He had kicked the very earth to pieces. He was alone, and I before him, did not know whether I stood on the ground or floated in the air. I've...
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Dialogue and Literature: Apostrophe, Auditors, and the Collapse of Romantic ...

Michael Macovski - 1994 - 256 стор.
...had, even like the niggers, to invoke him — himself— his own exalted and incredible degradation. There was nothing either above or below him, and I...knew it. He had kicked himself loose of the earth" (67). In the absence of any common standards to "invoke" or "appeal to," societal judgment erodes....
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