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" ... storms he could obtain small shelter. - Viewing the question thus, who would not have preferred the Sybarite enjoyments I could command, the philosophic leisure, and ample intellectual resources, to his life of labour and peril? Yet he was far happier... "
The last man, by the author of Frankenstein - Página 198
por Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley - 1826
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With Poet and Player: Essays on Literature and the Stage

William Davenport Adams - 1891 - 228 páginas
...hope, nor hope in. vain—the destined vessel at last arrived to bear him to countrymen and kindred. To none could I ever relate the story of my adversity : no hope had I." ' For days he wanders about Ravenna, in hope of coming across a living man. Then he sets out to explore...
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With Poet and Player: Essays on Literature and the Stage

William Davenport Adams - 1891 - 228 páginas
...But — ' " he," cries Vemey, " was far happier than I, for he could hope, nor hope in vain — the destined vessel at last arrived to bear him to countrymen and kindred. To none could I ever relate the story of my adversity : no hope had I." ' For days he wanders about...
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Krisen des Verstehens um 1800

Sandra Heinen, Harald Nehr - 2004 - 319 páginas
...eines intensiv herbeigesehnten Wahnsinns treibt: He [Robinson Crusoe] knew that, beyond the ocean [...] thousands lived whom the sun enlightened when it shone...visiting moon, I alone bore human features; I alone gave articulation to thought; and, when I slept, both day and night were unbeheld of any. [...] Shall...
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The Last Man: Easyread Super Large 24pt Edition

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley - 2007 - 504 páginas
...life of labour and peril? Yet he was far happier than I: for he could hope, nor hope in vain - the destined vessel at last arrived, to bear him to countrymen...him: beneath the meridian sun and visiting moon, I 424 alone bore human features; I alone could give articulation to thought; and, when I slept, both...
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The Last Man: Easyread Super Large 18pt Edition

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley - 2007 - 432 páginas
...life of labour and peril? Yet he was far happier than I: for he could hope, nor hope in vain - the destined vessel at last arrived, to bear him to countrymen...enlightened when it shone also on him: beneath the meridian 379 sun and visiting moon, I alone bore human features; I alone could give articulation to thought;...
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