Edgar Allan Poe Quote

How much more intense is the excitement wrought in the feelings of a crowd by the contemplation of human agony, than that brought about by the most appalling spectacles of inanimate matter.


The works of the late Edgar Allan Poe (ed. 1853)

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How much more intense is the excitement wrought in the feelings of a crowd by the contemplation of human agony, than that brought about by the most...

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How much more intense is the excitement wrought in the feelings of a crowd by the contemplation of human agony, than that brought about by the most...

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How much more intense is the excitement wrought in the feelings of a crowd by the contemplation of human agony, than that brought about by the most...

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How much more intense is the excitement wrought in the feelings of a crowd by the contemplation of human agony, than that brought about by the most...