F. Scott Fitzgerald Quote

First, he realized that the sea was blue and that there was an enormous quantity of it, and that it roared and roared-really all the banalities about the ocean that one could realize, but if any one had told him then that these things were banalities, he would have gaped in wonder.


The Bodley Head Scott Fitzgerald (ed. Vintage, 1960)

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First, he realized that the sea was blue and that there was an enormous quantity of it, and that it roared and roared-really all the banalities about ...

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First, he realized that the sea was blue and that there was an enormous quantity of it, and that it roared and roared-really all the banalities about ...

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First, he realized that the sea was blue and that there was an enormous quantity of it, and that it roared and roared-really all the banalities about ...

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First, he realized that the sea was blue and that there was an enormous quantity of it, and that it roared and roared-really all the banalities about ...