George Orwell Quote

He thought with a kind of astonishment of the biological uselessness of pain and fear, the treachery of the human body which always freezes into inertia at exactly the moment when a special effort is needed.


Animal Farm and 1984 (ed. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2003) - ISBN: 9780547504186

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He thought with a kind of astonishment of the biological uselessness of pain and fear, the treachery of the human body which always freezes into...

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He thought with a kind of astonishment of the biological uselessness of pain and fear, the treachery of the human body which always freezes into...

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He thought with a kind of astonishment of the biological uselessness of pain and fear, the treachery of the human body which always freezes into...

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He thought with a kind of astonishment of the biological uselessness of pain and fear, the treachery of the human body which always freezes into...