Chance A Tale in Two Parts (EasyRead Edition) by Joseph Conrad
By Joseph Conrad
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No one,” I exclaimed. “Practically,” said curt Mrs. Fyne. And my curiosity was aroused again. “Ah! I see. ” Mrs. ” I became conscious of a languid, exhausted embarrassment, bowed to Mrs. Fyne, and went out of the cottage to be confronted outside its door by Joseph Conrad Elecbook Classics Chance 62 the bespangled, cruel revelation of the Immensity of the Universe. The night was not sufficiently advanced for the stars to have paled; and the earth seemed to me more profoundly asleep—perhaps because I was alone now.
I cried, being genuinely surprised and puzzled. ” And suddenly I became still more surprised at myself, at the way I had somehow taken for granted things which did appear queer when one thought them out. “But why this secrecy? Why did they elope—if it is an elopement? Was the girl afraid of your wife? And your brother-in-law? What on earth possesses him to make a clandestine match of it? ” Fyne made an effort to rouse himself. “Of course my brother-in-law, Captain Anthony, the son of . ” He checked himself as if trying to break a bad habit.
Oh! The Ferndale. A Liverpool ship. ” “Ferndale,” repeated Marlow thoughtfully. ” “Our friend,” I said, “knows something of every ship. ” Marlow smiled. ” “The finest sea-boat ever launched,” declared Mr. Powell sturdily. ” “She looked a stout, comfortable ship,” assented Marlow. “Uncommonly comfortable. ” “She was fast enough for any reasonable man—when I was in her,” growled Mr. Powell with his back to us. “Any ship is that—for a reasonable man,” generalized Marlow in a conciliatory tone. ” “No,” muttered Mr.