Words have no power to impress the mind with the exquisite horror of their reality.
So strictly comparative is either good or ill.
No incident ever occurring in the course of human events is more adapted to inspire the supremeness of mental and bodily distress than a case like our own, of living inhumation.
My whole soul was pervaded with a longing to fall.
Many unusual phenomena now indicated that we were entering upon a region of novelty and wonder.
It is probable, indeed, that our intimate communion had resulted in a partial interchange of character.