Events of every description, changes, alienations, removals—all, all must be comprised in it, and oblivion of the past— how natural, how certain too!
She could do justice to the superiority of Lady Russell’s motives in this, over those of her father and Elizabeth; she could honour all the better feelings of her calmness; but the general air of oblivion among them was highly important from whatever it sprung; and in the event of Admiral Croft’s really taking Kellynch Hall, she rejoiced anew over the conviction which had always been most grateful to her, of the past being known to those three only among her connexions, by whom no…
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And if he kept his eye peeled quickly he would see himself, an instant before oblivion,
Ray Bradbury -- Fahrenheit 451
The ache inside Thomas was deep and gnawing, and he tried to sink further into oblivion.