Arthur Machen

The Great God Pan

83 printed pages
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  • Diego Ivánhas quoted4 years ago
    "the most vivid presentment of evil I have ever seen."
  • Diego Ivánhas quoted4 years ago
    The two men sat silent by the fireside; Clarke secretly congratulating himself on having successfully kept up the character of advocate of the commonplace, and Villiers wrapped in his gloomy fancies.
  • Diego Ivánhas quoted4 years ago
    He wouldn't go into details; he said he dare not, that what he had seen and heard haunted him by night and day, and when I looked in his face I knew he was speaking the truth. There was something about the man that made me shiver. I don't know why, but it was there. I gave him a little money and sent him away, and I assure you that when he was gone I gasped for breath. His presence seemed to chill one's blood."
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