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" In that state, crowds become an oppression to him ; music even, too sensual and gross. He naturally seeks solitude and silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or "
The Medico-chirurgical Review - 第 887 頁
James Johnson 著 - 1823
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The London Magazine, 第 4 卷

1821
...markets and theatres are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater, when in the divincst state incident to his enjoyment. In that state, crowds become...silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. I,...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - 1847 - 49 頁
...that markets and theatres are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater when in the divinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state, crowds become...music even, too sensual and gross. He naturally seeks soliti.de and silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which...
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De Quincey's Writings, 第 1 卷

Thomas De Quincey - 1850
...markets and theatres are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater, when in the divinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state, crowds become...silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. I,...
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Confessions of an English opium-eater: and Suspiria de profundis

Thomas De Quincey - 1850 - 272 頁
...markets and theatres are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater, when in the divinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state, crowds become...silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. I,...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater: And Suspiria de Profundis

Thomas De Quincey - 1850 - 272 頁
...that markets and theatres are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater, when in the dwinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state, crowds become...silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. I,...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater ; And, Suspiria de Profundis

Thomas De Quincey - 1850 - 288 頁
...markets and theatres are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater, when in the divinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state, crowds become...silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. I,...
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The Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology

1851
...be described as, strictly speaking, "a. solitary vice." " The opium-eater," observes our author, " naturally seeks solitude and silence as indispensable conditions of those trances or profoundest reveries which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for nature;" but even...
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CONFESSIONS OF AN ENGLISH OPIUM-EATER AND SUSPIRIA DE PROFUNDIS

THOMAS DE QUINCEY - 1853
...markets and theatres are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater, when in the divinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state, crowds become...silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. I,...
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The Chemistry of Common Life, 第 2 卷

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1855
...theatres," says De Quincey, " are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater when in the divinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state crowds become...silence as indispensable conditions of those trances or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. At...
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THE CHEMISTRY OF COMMON LIFE

JAMES F. JOHNSTON - 1855
...theatres," says De Quincey, " are not the appropriate haunts of the opium-eater when in the divinest state incident to his enjoyment. In that state crowds become...silence as indispensable conditions of those trances or profoundest reveries, which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. At...
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