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The Imp of the Perverse - Edgar Allan Poe
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The Imp of the Perverse
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In the consideration of the faculties and impulses—of the prima mobilia of the human soul, the phrenologists have failed to make room for a propensity which, although obviously existing as radical, primitive, irreducible sentiment, has been equally overlooked by all the moralists who have... show more
In the consideration of the faculties and impulses—of the prima mobilia of the human soul, the phrenologists have failed to make room for a propensity which, although obviously existing as radical, primitive, irreducible sentiment, has been equally overlooked by all the moralists who have preceded them. In the pure arrogance of the reason, we have all overlooked it.Annotat
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ASIN: B01MYZ37NX
Pages no: 22
Edition language: English
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4.0 The Imp of the Perverse
I haven't read this one since high school, or maybe even earlier, and had forgotten exactly what it was about. I remembered the running part, and the murder confession, but that was all. I actually don't particularly love the verbose introductory...essay? But, after getting to the meat of the story,...
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