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  • But I, the true murderer, felt the never-dying worm alive in my bosom, which allowed of no hope or consolation.

    Chapter 7

  • Sexual prowess will not convert him, your never-dying devotion will not turn him around, nothing will change the man he is fundamentally.

    Juliet Jeske: Sure, Sleep With Him, But Don't Expect To Change Him

  • But I, the true murderer, felt the never-dying worm alive in my bosom, which allowed of no hope or consolation.

    Chapter 8

  • Sexual prowess will not convert him, your never-dying devotion will not turn him around, nothing will change the man he is fundamentally.

    Juliet Jeske: Sure, Sleep With Him, But Don't Expect To Change Him

  • Ah, the never-dying question: "Who the hell reads Dhalgren?"

    Difficult Dhalgren

  • The zombies in ragged clothes and ragged flesh were darting at the edges of the herd, biting and clawing like a pack of attacking wolves, occasionally clotting when they pulled a calf down, tearing it apart while it bawled and the protective long-horned mother charged, kicking and head-pronging the hell out of the zombies, but eventually falling helpless into their never-dying, gobbling midst.

    Silver Zombie

  • The real "transcendence", then, is the one that allows us to shake off the notion of a never-dying tyrannical father-figure, with its unconsoling illusion of redemption by human sacrifice, and assume our proper proportion as people condemned to be free, and able to outgrow the fearful tutelage of a supreme supervisor who does not forgive us the errors he has programmed us to make.

    Christopher Hitchens: Collision: Is Religion Absurd or Good for the World?

  • 'You gratify me, Doctor, by naming disposition, for I can give you the most unequivocal assurance of her sweetness, her innocence, her benevolence, joined to a spirit of never-dying vivacity – an animation of never-ceasing good humour!'

    Camilla

  • “Iliad”, the “Nibelungenlied” surpasses the former in the deep tragedy which pervades it, the tragedy of fate, the inevitable retribution for crime, the never-dying struggle between the powers of good and evil, between light and darkness.

    The Nibelungenlied

  • There was something radically wrong within him, which had put him into antagonism with all the world, and which produced these never-dying grievances.

    The Last Chronicle of Barset

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