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insensate
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All Quiet on the Western Front
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  • Summer of 1918—Breath of hope that sweeps over the scorched fields, raging fever of impatience, of disappointment, of the most agonising terror of death, insensate question: Why?

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  • unable to stop the insensate violence
  • deaf to reason, and, for the most part, insensate to persuasion
    Charlotte Bronte  --  The Professor

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