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1  Then Wolf Larsen came alone on deck.
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2  And he is all the happier for leaving life alone.
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3  He alone rated himself beyond diamonds and rubies.
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4  Both went down together, but Mugridge alone arose.
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5  With their fists alone they had no chance whatever.
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6  And I was alone, floating, apparently, in the midst of a grey primordial vastness.
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7  You couldn't walk alone between two sunrises and hustle the meat for your belly for three meals.
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8  But the strange schooner lost itself on the sky-line and we alone occupied the circle of the sea.
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9  At such moments I felt strangely alone with God, alone with him and watching the chaos of his wrath.
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10  "I have been robbed," I said to him, a little later, when I found him pacing up and down the poop alone.
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11  "And tell Johnson to douse him with a few buckets of salt water," he added, in a lower tone for my ear alone.
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12  Then the sheet gave with greater ease, and Wolf Larsen was beside me, heaving in alone while I was busied taking up the slack.
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13  Jock Horner and Smoke alone were unabashed, stealing stealthy glances at her now and again, and even taking part in the conversation.
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14  For three days this blinding headache lasted, and he suffered as wild animals suffer, as it seemed the way on ship to suffer, without plaint, without sympathy, utterly alone.
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15  Her low hull lifted and rolled to windward on a sea; her canvas loomed darkly in the night; her lashed wheel creaked as the rudder kicked; then sight and sound of her faded away, and we were alone on the dark sea.
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16  Delicate as was the situation, not alone in this but in other ways, I flattered myself that I was able to deal delicately with it; and also I flattered myself that by look or sign I gave no advertisement of the love I felt for her.
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17  Encouragement and advice were freely tendered, and Jock Horner, the quiet, self-spoken hunter who looked as though he would not harm a mouse, advised me to leave the ribs alone and to thrust upward for the abdomen, at the same time giving what he called the "Spanish twist" to the blade.
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