1 I read of men concerned in public affairs, governing or massacring their species.
2 The sun rose; I heard the voices of men and knew that it was impossible to return to my retreat during that day.
3 You may render me the most miserable of men, but you shall never make me base in my own eyes.
4 I hired men to row and took an oar myself, for I had always experienced relief from mental torment in bodily exercise.
5 Yet it is terrible to reflect that the lives of all these men are endangered through me.
6 In his blue gardens men and girls came and went like moths among the whisperings and the champagne and the stars.
7 One of the men nodded in confirmation.
8 But here were books, and here were men who had penetrated deeper and knew more.
9 Most of the remaining women were now having fights with men said to be their husbands.
10 The hall was at present occupied by two deplorably sober men and their highly indignant wives.
11 "Well, we're almost the last tonight," said one of the men sheepishly.
12 They went upstairs to get ready while we three men stood there shuffling the hot pebbles with our feet.
13 He watched while the two men standing closest glanced at each other and went unwillingly into the room.
14 It excited him too that many men had already loved Daisy--it increased her value in his eyes.
15 Michaelis and several other men were with him--first four or five men, later two or three men.