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" I heard a light sigh and then my heart stood still, stopped dead short by an exulting and terrible cry, b,y the cry of inconceivable triumph and of unspeakable pain. 'I knew it — I was sure! "
In a Different Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development - Página xxv
de Carol GILLIGAN - 1993 - 184 páginas
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 165

1899
...' " I pulled myself together and spoke slowly. "'The last word he pronounced was — your name.' " I heard a light sigh, and then my heart stood still,...sure ! ' She knew. She was sure. I heard her weeping, her face in her hands. It seemed to me that the house would collapse before I could escape, that the...
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The Living Age, Volumen 226

1900
...slowly. " 'The last word he pronounced was— your name.' "I beard a light sigh, and then my lieart stood still, stopped dead short by an exulting and terrible cry, by the cry Bltekwood'f Manila« of inconceivable triumph and of unspeakable pain. '1 knew it— I was sure!' She...
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Rhetoric and Irony: Western Literacy and Western Lies

C. Jan Swearingen - 1991 - 344 páginas
...to Kurtz's intended, concluding Heart of Darkness. "The last word he pronounced was —your name." I heard a light sigh and then my heart stood still,...short by an exulting and terrible cry, by the cry of unconceivable triumph and of unspeakable pain. "I knew it—I was sure!" . . . She knew. She was sure....
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Rereading the New: A Backward Glance at Modernism

Kevin J. H. Dettmar - 1992 - 385 páginas
...him!" I pulled myself together and spoke slowly. "The last word he pronounced was — your name. " I heard a light sigh and then my heart stood still,..."I knew it — I was sure!" . . . She knew. She was sure.31 Marlow's double talk deceives us into thinking we are in the know, though in her deceived capacity...
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Anti-Mimesis from Plato to Hitchcock

Tom Cohen - 1994 - 266 páginas
...him ! " I pulled myself together and spoke slowly. "The last word he pronounced was — your name." I heard a light sigh and then my heart stood still,...knew it — I was sure!" ... She knew. She was sure. (79) Marlow's double talk deceives us into thinking we are in the know, though in her deceived capacity...
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The Politics of Home: Postcolonial Relocations and Twentieth-Century Fiction

Rosemary M. George, Rosemary Marangoly George - 1996 - 265 páginas
...Intended that Kurtz died with her name on his lips. He is horrified by his lie, but more so by her "exulting and terrible cry, by the cry of inconceivable triumph and of unspeakable pain." Marlow's "heart stood still" and "it seemed" to him that "the house would collapse before I could escape,...
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The Human Poetry of Faith: A Spiritual Guide to Life

Michael Paul Gallagher - 2003 - 142 páginas
...loved him!' I pulled myself together and spoke slowly. 'The last word he pronounced was—your name.' I heard a light sigh and then my heart stood still,...inconceivable triumph and of unspeakable pain. 'I knew it—I was sure!' She knew. She was sure.. .1 could not tell her. It would have been too dark—too...
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Make It New: The Rise of Modernism

Kurt Heinzelman - 2003 - 155 páginas
...spoke slowly. '•'Tlio List word he pronounced was—your name.' '•I heard ;i light sigh, andtlu-n my heart stood still, stopped dead short by an exulting and terrible cry, by the cry of incontile triumph and of unspeakable piiin. ' I knew it—I was sure!' She knew. She was I heard her...
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Conrad's Heart of Darkness: Rebirth of Tragedy

John P. Anderson - 2005 - 180 páginas
...Apollinian lie, unless you consider her some kind of horror. Hearing what she wanted, the Intended conquers: "I heard a light sigh and then my heart stood still,...her weeping; she had hidden her face in her hands. Then the end of the Apollinian-like frame story. Note how short the end portion of the frame story...
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Sin and Evil: Moral Values in Literature

Ronald Paulson - 2007 - 403 páginas
...horror." He lies to her: "'The last word he pronounced was — your name.'" Her response to the lie is a "cry of inconceivable triumph and of unspeakable pain....'I knew it — I was sure!' . . . She knew. She was sure."45 At the end of Brighton Rock Rose, still devoted to Pinkie after his death, believing she is...
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