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Edwin E. Smith

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Born
December 16, 1968

Member Since
July 2013


Average rating: 4.0 · 7 ratings · 2 reviews · 7 distinct works
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Little Rock, 2005

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One Stranger to Another

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Joseph Conrad
“...as i emerge on deck the ordered arrangement of the stars meets my eye, unclouded, infinitely wearisome. There they are: stars, sun, sea, light, darkness, space, great waters; the formidable Work of the Seven Days, into which mankind seems to have blundered unbidden. Or else decoyed.”
Joseph Conrad, The Shadow-Line

Herman Melville
“A smile is the chosen vehicle of all ambiguities.”
Herman Melville, Pierre; or, The Ambiguities

Graham Greene
“Innocence always calls mutely for protection when we would be so much wiser to guard ourselves against it: innocence is like a dumb leper who has lost his bell, wandering the world, meaning no harm.”
Graham Greene, The Quiet American




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