Fyodor Dostoyevsky Quote

It was evident that he revived by fits and starts. He would suddenly come to himself from actual delirium for a few minutes; he would remember and talk with complete consciousness, chiefly in disconnected phrases which he had perhaps thought out and learnt by heart in the long weary hours of his illness, in his bed, in sleepless solitude.


The Idiot (1868)

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It was evident that he revived by fits and starts. He would suddenly come to himself from actual delirium for a few minutes; he would remember and...

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It was evident that he revived by fits and starts. He would suddenly come to himself from actual delirium for a few minutes; he would remember and...

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It was evident that he revived by fits and starts. He would suddenly come to himself from actual delirium for a few minutes; he would remember and...

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It was evident that he revived by fits and starts. He would suddenly come to himself from actual delirium for a few minutes; he would remember and...