He did not speak, because his consciousness was held, not by coherent statements, but by two pictures that seemed to glare at him insistently.
In the incoherent dimness of his consciousness, in some wordless, shapeless, unintelligible manner, even he suddenly grasped the meaning of what was occurring in that cellar.
Those irrational wishes that draw you to their creed, those emotions you worship as an idol, on whose altar you sacrifice the earth, that dark, incoherent passion within you, which you take as the voice of God or of your glands, is nothing more than the corpse of your mind.
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She is more coherent now than she was just after the accident an hour ago.