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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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Confessions of an English Opium-eater: Reprinted from the First Edition ...

Thomas De Quincey - 1885 - 275 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...gross. He naturally seeks solitude and silence, as indis' pensable conditions of those trances and profoundest reveries which are the crown or consummation...
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Confessions of an English Opium-eater: Reprinted from the First Edition ...

Thomas De Quincey - 1885 - 275 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...gross. He naturally seeks solitude and silence, as indispensableconditions of those trances and profoundest reveries which are the crown or consummation...
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The Collected Writings of Thomas De Quincey, 第 3 卷

Thomas De Quincey - 1890
...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 COLLECTED WRITINGS OF THOMAS DE QUINCEY NEW AND ENLARGED EDITION

DAVID MASSON - 1890
...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 Library of Choice Literature and Encyclopædia of Universal Authorship ...

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Gibbon - 1893
...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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A Manual of pharmacology and therapeutics Eng. ed

William Murrell - 1896 - 657 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...silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances or profoundest reveries which are the crown and consummation of what opium can do for human nature. ....
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De Quincey's Confessions of an English Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - 1898 - 243 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 an oppression to him; music, even, 5 too sensual and gross. He naturally seeks solitude and silence, as indispensable conditions of those...
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The Confessions of an English Opium Eater

Thomas De Quincey - 1899 - 335 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 Confessions of an English Opium Eater: Being an Extract from the Life of ...

Thomas De Quincey - 1900 - 211 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...music even, too sensual and gross. He naturally seeks 15 solitude and silence, as indispensable conditions of those trances, or profoundest reveries, which...
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Confessions of an Opium-eater

Thomas De Quincey - 1907 - 156 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 an oppression to rn'm ; music even, too sensual and gross. He naturally seeks solitude and silence, as indispensable...
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