Victor Hugo Quote

There are souls which, crab-like, crawl continually toward darkness, going back in life rather than advancing in it, using what experience they have to increase their deformity, growing worse without ceasing, and becoming steeped more and more thoroughly in an intensifying wickedness.


Les misérables (ed. 1887)

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There are souls which, crab-like, crawl continually toward darkness, going back in life rather than advancing in it, using what experience they have...

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There are souls which, crab-like, crawl continually toward darkness, going back in life rather than advancing in it, using what experience they have...

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There are souls which, crab-like, crawl continually toward darkness, going back in life rather than advancing in it, using what experience they have...

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There are souls which, crab-like, crawl continually toward darkness, going back in life rather than advancing in it, using what experience they have...