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" True, he had made that last stride, he had stepped over the edge, while I had been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot. And perhaps in this is the whole difference; perhaps all the wisdom, and all truth, and all sincerity, are just compressed into... "
Youth and Two Other Stories - 第 172 頁
Joseph Conrad 著 - 1903 - 381 頁
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Youth: And Two Other Stories, 第 26 卷

Joseph Conrad - 1903 - 339 頁
...had stepped over the edge, while I had been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot. And perhaps in this is the whole difference; perhaps all the wisdom,...have been a word of careless contempt. Better his cry—much better. It was an affirmation, a moral victory paid for by innumerable defeats, by abominable...
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The Living Age, 第 226 卷

1900
...had stepped over the edge, while I had been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot. And perhaps in this is the whole difference; perhaps all the wisdom,...threshold of the invisible. Perhaps! I like to think my summing up would not have been a word of careless contempt. Better his cry — much better. It was...
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Elizabeth Bishop and Her Art

Lloyd Schwartz, Sybil P. Estess - 1983 - 341 頁
...stepped over the edge, while I had been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot. . . . perhaps ... all truth, and all sincerity, are just compressed...which we step over the threshold of the invisible. Throughout, descriptive data are balanced by suggestions of absence, disappearance, and vacancy: "Cape...
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Dialogue and Literature: Apostrophe, Auditors, and the Collapse of Romantic ...

Michael Macovski - 1994 - 256 頁
...man. After all, this was the expression of some sort of belief; it had candour, it had conviction. ... I like to think my summing-up would not have been...much better. It was an affirmation, a moral victory. . . . (72). According to Marlow, then, Kurtz has finally managed to pronounce judgment on the darkness...
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Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise

Alan Warren Friedman - 1995 - 339 頁
...had stepped over the edge, while / had been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot. And perhaps in this is the whole difference; perhaps all the wisdom,...which we step over the threshold of the invisible. (285; my emphases) Marlow's shift to "we" echoes his earlier suggestion that he and Kurtz had been...
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One of Us: The Mastery of Joseph Conrad

Geoffrey Galt Harpham - 1996 - 211 頁
...had stepped over the edge, while I had been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot. And perhaps in this is the whole difference; perhaps all the wisdom,...which we step over the threshold of the invisible" (HD69). If affective relations are experienced as most dangerously transgressive deep upriver, the...
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Bertrand Russell: The Spirit of Solitude, 1872-1921, 第 1 卷

Ray Monk - 1996 - 695 頁
...Russell's description of mystic illumination in Our Knowledge of the External World, goes on: And perhaps in this is the whole difference; perhaps all the wisdom, and all the truth, and all sincerity, are just compressed into that inappreciable moment of time in which we...
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Deconstructive Variations: Music and Reason in Western Society

...of Kurtz's last outburst, which Trilling quotes so movingly from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness: "It was an affirmation, a moral victory paid for by innumerable defeats"; and especially, "Better his cry — much better."169 3 Toward a Deconstruction of Structural Listening:...
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Conrad and Theory

Andrew Gibson, R. G. Hampson, Robert Hampson - 1998 - 204 頁
...had stepped over the edge, while I have been permitted to draw back my hesitating foot. And perhaps in this is the whole difference; perhaps all the wisdom,...step over the threshold of the invisible. Perhaps! (HD. p. 151, italics mine). The "wisdom' with whose conviction Marlow ironically toys, here, is of...
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Horizont-Verschiebungen: interkulturelles Verstehen und Heterogenität in der ...

Karsten Garscha - 1998 - 560 頁
...deconstructs Kurtz's '"The horror! The Horror!'" (100) giving vent to the existential experience of "that inappreciable moment of time in which we step over the threshold of the invisible [...] an affirmation, a moral victory, paid for by innumerable defeats, by abominable terrors, by abominable...
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