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"At all events, in retrospect I became preoccupied not only with the unaccustomed sense of freedom but also with the paralysing horror that had come over me at various times when confronted with traces of destruction" (Chapter I, p. 3).

"...Browne scrutinizes that which escapes annihilation for any sign of the mysterious capacity for transmigration that he has so often observed in caterpillars and moths" (Chapter 1, p. 26).

"If i now look back at those times, Frederick once said, it is as if i were seeing everything through flowing white veils" (Chapter II, p. 48).

"I felt as if I were in a deserted theatre, and I should not have been surprised if a curtain had suddenly risen before me" (Chapter III, p. 76).

"But no one knows what shadowy memories haunt them to this day" (Chapter IV, p. 98).

"We may draw from this that it was precisely Casement's homosexuality that sensitized...

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