[roaring with rage] I will not have these abominations uttered in my house [he smites the writing table with his fist].
No sky, no peaks, no light, no sound, no time nor space, utter void.
Then, with a heavy sigh, he droops in utter dejection; and the violins, discouraged, retrace their melody in despair and at last give it up, extinguished by wailings from uncanny wind instruments, thus:— (more music) It is all very odd.
I beg that no man may seize the occasion to get half drunk and utter imbecile speeches and coarse pleasantries at my expense.
The pair may be utter strangers to one another, speaking different languages, differing in race and color, in age and disposition, with no bond between them but a possibility of that fecundity for the sake of which the Life Force throws them into one another’s arms at the exchange of a glance.