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"Tears, positively shone in his eyes towards the end, yet it was nothing but sentences without beginning or end, unexpected words and unexpected ideas, bursting out rapidly and unexpectedly and stumbling over one another."
P.454

"'An unchristian religion in the first place!' Myskin began in extreme agitation and with excessive abruptness. 'And in the second place Roman Catholicism is even worse than atheism itself in my opinion... Atheism only preaches a negation but Catholicism goes further; it preaches a distorted Christ.'"
P.508

"Myshkin was so absent-minded that at first he heard nothing at all, and when the General stopped before him with some excited question, to his shame he was forced to confess that he had understood a word."
P.332

"Natasya Filipovna instantly turned to him. Her eye flashed. She rushed up to a young man, a complete stranger, who was standing a couple of paces...

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