lunes, 3 de septiembre de 2012
The Moth And other stories H.G. Wells - Somerset Maugham - Edgar Allan Poe - James
The Moth And other stories
H.G. Wells - Somerset Maugham - Edgar Allan Poe - James Thurber- Oscar Wilde
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That night Hapley found the moth crawling over his bed. He sat on the edge of his bed in his shirt-sleeves and reasoned with himself. Was it pure dream? He knew he was slipping, and he battled for his mind with the same silent energy he had formerly displayed against Pawkins. So persistent is mental habit that he felt as if it were still a struggle with Pawkins. He was well acquainted with psychology He knew that such dreams do come as a result of mental strain But the point was, he did not only see the moth, he had heard it when it touched the edge of the lamp-shade, when it hit against the wall, and he had felt it strike his face in the dark.
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