The history of Pendennis, his fortunes and misfortunes, his friends and his greatest enemy, Volume 1

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Harper & Brothers, 1850 - 392 páginas

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Página 9 - ... who could it be but he ? And as you suffer it, so will your brothers, in their way, — and after their kind. More selfish than you : more eager and headstrong than you : they will rush on their destiny when the doomed charmer makes her appearance. Or if they don't, and you don't, Heaven help you ! As the gambler said of his dice, to love and win is the best thing, to love and lose is the next best.
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Página 237 - ... than a laugh ; if, plunged yourself in easy sensuality, you allow the whole wretched world to pass groaning by you unmoved : if the fight for the truth is taking place, and all men of honour are on the ground armed on the one side or the other, and you alone are to lie on your balcony and smoke your pipe out of the noise and the danger, you had better have died, or never have been at all, than such a sensual coward.
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Página 236 - ... is merely to follow out, in its progress, the development of the mind of a worldly and selfish, but not ungenerous or unkind, or truth-avoiding man. And it will be seen that the lamentable stage to which his logic at present has brought him...

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