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Nostromo (Chap. 3.10) - Joseph Conrad

... a moment while he signed a few papers. And Captain Mitchell, seating himself at his desk, would keep on talking hospitably? "There isn't much time if you are to see everything in a day. We shall be off ...

Nostromo (Chap. 2.7) - Joseph Conrad

... , while you were away fighting for what did not concern you, foolish man." "Why talk like this?" mumbled the Capataz between his teeth. "Will you never believe in my good sense? It concerns me to keep on being what I am ...

Lord Jim (Chap. 38) - Joseph Conrad

... the slopes of the knoll; here and there a dry bush caught with a tall, vicious roar. The conflagration made a clear zone of fire for the rifles of the small party, and expired smouldering on the edge of the forests and along ...

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Lord Jim (Chap. 6) - Joseph Conrad

... said 'Good morning.' I never addressed him, sir, but on matters of duty, and then it was as much as I could do to keep a civil tongue in my head." (He flattered himself there. I often wondered how Brierly could put up with ...

The Secret Agent (Chap. 2) - Joseph Conrad

... his tight-fitting coat. Carriages went bowling by, mostly two-horse broughams, with here and there a victoria with the skin of some wild beast inside and a woman?s face and hat emerging above the folded hood. And a peculiarly London sun?against ...

Heart of Darkness (Section II) - Joseph Conrad

... large fish leaped, and the loud splash made me jump as though a gun had been fired. When the sun rose there was a white fog, very warm and clammy, and more blinding than the night. It did ...

Heart of Darkness (Section III) - Joseph Conrad

... . It pacified me, in fact, so much that I did not raise an alarm. "There was an agent buttoned up inside an ulster and sleeping on a chair on deck within three feet of me. The yells had not awakened him; he ...

Lord Jim (Chap. 42) - Joseph Conrad

... the principal Bugis and Patusan inhabitants had been summoned for a talk. Tamb' Itam himself hoped there would be some fighting. "What was it but the taking of another hill?" he exclaimed regretfully. However, in the ...

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Nostromo (Chap. 1.4) - Joseph Conrad

... the Neapolitan shells from the castle crashed upon the town. He had cooked for him on the field of Volturno after fighting all day. And everywhere he had seen Englishmen in the front rank of the army ...

Victory (Chap. 2.6) - Joseph Conrad

... the skipper up was easy enough. I had only to stamp on the deck a few times over his head. I stamped hard. But how to keep him up when he got there? ?'Anything the matter; Mr. Ricardo?' I heard his voice behind me ...

Lord Jim (Chap. 25) - Joseph Conrad

... children trying to run for life, falling on their little stomachs and kicking. He swerved between two houses up a slope, clambered in desperation over a barricade of felled trees (there wasn't a week without some fight in Patusan at that time), burst ...

Lord Jim (Chap. 27) - Joseph Conrad

... ferocity of his fighting. The storming party had come on so quick?Jim said?that notwithstanding the panic of the garrison, there was a "hot five minutes hand-to-hand inside that stockade, till some bally ass set fire to the ...

Victory (Chap. 4.12) - Joseph Conrad

... balance," he suggested. At the moment when she bent forward to receive it from him, there was a flash of fire in her mysterious eyes?a red gleam in the white mist which wrapped the promptings and ...

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Lord Jim (Chap. 39) - Joseph Conrad

... armed party of Bugis down the river to a certain spot ten miles below Patusan, and there form a camp on the shore and blockade the stream with the canoes. I don't believe for a moment that Doramin ...

Lord Jim (Chap. 41) - Joseph Conrad

... home, on that confounded, immaculate, don't-you-touch-me sort of fellow. He admitted that he couldn't be scared, but there was a way, "as broad as a turnpike, to get in and shake his twopenny soul around and inside out and ...

Lord Jim (Chap. 7) - Joseph Conrad

... to think it over, it might have struck the officers of the Avondale that there was "something fishy" in the affair; but of course they would keep their doubts to themselves. They had picked up the captain, the mate, and ...

Karain: A Memory (Chapter 6) - Joseph Conrad

... ; it made me think of him," he continued, slowly. "I saw a paper this morning; they are fighting over there again. He's sure to be in it. He will make it hot for the caballeros. ...

Victory (Chap. 4.2) - Joseph Conrad

... yellow figured Celebes sarong, the tuck of which had come undone during the fight. Then, folding her bare arms tightly on her breast, she leaned forward on her crossed legs, determined and without fear. Ricardo, leaning forward too, his nervous ...

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