Jules Verne Quote

When I returned to partial life my face was wet with tears. How long that state of insensibility had lasted I cannot say. I had no means now of taking account of time. Never was solitude equal to this, never had any living being been so utterly forsaken.


Jules Verne, Master of Science Fiction (ed. 1956)

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When I returned to partial life my face was wet with tears. How long that state of insensibility had lasted I cannot say. I had no means now of...

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When I returned to partial life my face was wet with tears. How long that state of insensibility had lasted I cannot say. I had no means now of...

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When I returned to partial life my face was wet with tears. How long that state of insensibility had lasted I cannot say. I had no means now of...

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When I returned to partial life my face was wet with tears. How long that state of insensibility had lasted I cannot say. I had no means now of...