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1  You may die to-day, this week, or next month.
The Sea-Wolf By Jack London
Get Context   In CHAPTER V
2  And then, boastingly, "We work from the time we are born until we die, in my country."
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3  He would die for the right if needs be, he would be true to himself, sincere with his soul.
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4  It is because I am afraid, the flesh is afraid; and I am afraid in my mind because I do not wish to die.
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5  Eternity is eternity, and though you die here and now you will go on living somewhere else and hereafter.
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6  You were afraid to die; the life that was in you, that composes you, that is greater than you, did not want to die.
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7  That's the way with you fellows," he cried, half angrily, "sentimentalizing about your immortal souls and afraid to die.
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8  And as he said, it seemed God hated him too much to let him die, for he ultimately grew better and waxed more malignant than ever.
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9  As I say, I was not afraid to meet my own death, there, a few hundred yards to leeward; but I was appalled at the thought that Maud must die.
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10  I feared greatly that she might die in the night; but day broke, cold and cheerless, with the same clouded sky and beating wind and roaring seas.
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11  After all, I thought, it is better and finer to love than to be loved, if it makes something in life so worth while that one is not loath to die for it.
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12  For the living know that they shall die; but the dead know not anything, neither have they any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten.
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13  Wolf Larsen was my captain, Thomas Mugridge and the rest were my companions, and I was receiving repeated impresses from the die which had stamped them all.
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14  The cause of it all, as near as I could make out, was that the man, who was mate, had gone on a debauch before leaving San Francisco, and then had the poor taste to die at the beginning of the voyage and leave Wolf Larsen short-handed.
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15  I remember the scene impelled me to sudden laughter, and in the next instant I realized I was becoming hysterical myself; for these were women of my own kind, like my mother and sisters, with the fear of death upon them and unwilling to die.
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16  And I shall know that I must die, at sea most likely, cease crawling of myself to be all a-crawl with the corruption of the sea; to be fed upon, to be carrion, to yield up all the strength and movement of my muscles that it may become strength and movement in fin and scale and the guts of fishes.
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17  It would appear that they are a half-brute, half-human species, a race apart, wherein there is no such thing as sex; that they are hatched out by the sun like turtle eggs, or receive life in some similar and sordid fashion; and that all their days they fester in brutality and viciousness, and in the end die as unlovely as they have lived.
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