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" ... change of sentiment, that pale mouth had spoken, that body had been all on fire with governable energies ; and now, and by his act, that piece of life had been arrested, as the horologist, with interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock.... "
The Broken Shaft: Tales in Mid-ocean - Page 63
by Francis Marion Crawford, Robert Louis Stevenson, F. Anstey, Walter Herries Pollock, William Archer, Tighe Hopkins - 1885 - 223 pages
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The Merry Men and Other Tales and Fables

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1889 - 236 pages
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of. the clock. So he reasoned in vain; he could rise to no more remorseful consciousness; the same heart which had...lived and who was now dead. But of penitence, no, with a tremor. With that, shaking himself clear of these considerations, he found the keys and advanced...
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Short Stories, Volume 19

Alfred Ludlow White - 1895
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock. So he reasoned in vain ; he could rise to no more remorseful consciousness; the same heart which had...on its reality unmoved. At best he felt a gleam of pit)' for one who had been endowed in vain with all those faculties that can make the world a garden...
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Romance: Being the Tales of the New York Story Club, Volume 1

Short stories, American - 1891
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock. So he reasoned in vain ; he could rise to no more remorseful consciousness ; the same heart which had...lived and who was now dead. But of penitence no, with a tremor. With that, shaking himself clear of these considerations, he found the keys and advanced...
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The novels and tales of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 7

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1895
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock. So he reasoned in vain ; he could rise to no more remorseful consciousness; the same heart which had...and who was now dead. But of penitence, no, not a tremour. With that, shaking himself clear of these considerations, he found the keys and advanced towards...
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Specimens of the Short Story

George Henry Nettleton - Fiction - 1901 - 229 pages
...consciousness ; the same heart which had shuddered before the painted effigies of crime, looked 15 on its reality unmoved. At best, he felt a gleam of...lived and who was now dead. But of penitence, no, with a 20 tremor. With that, shaking himself clear of these considerations, he found the keys and advanced...
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Little Masterpieces of Fiction, Volume 3

Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lionel Strachey - Fiction - 1904
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock. So he reasoned in vain; he could rise to no more remorseful consciousness; the same heart which had...faculties that can make the world a garden of enchantment, for one who had never lived, and who was now dead. But of penitence, no, not a tremor. With that, shaking...
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The Merry Men: And Other Tales and Fables. Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr ...

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1908 - 407 pages
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock. So he reasoned in vain ; he could rise to no more remorseful consciousness ; the same heart which had...those faculties that can make the world a garden of enchantoent, one who had never lived and who was now dead. But of penitence, no, not a tremor. With...
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Works, Volume 7

Robert Louis Stevenson - 1910
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock. So he reasoned in vain; he could rise to no more remorseful consciousness ; the same heart which had...those faculties that can make the world a garden of enchantraent, one who had never lived and who was now dead. But of penitence, no, not a tremor. 'With...
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English Prose: A Series of Related Essays for the Discussion and Practice of ...

Frederick William Roe, George Roy Elliott - English language - 1913 - 487 pages
...interjected finger, arrests the beating of the clock. So he reasoned in vain; he could rise to no more 15 remorseful consciousness; the same heart which had...of pity for one who had been endowed in vain with ah1 those faculties that can make the world a garden of enchantment, one who 20 had never lived and...
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