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- We are forlorn like children, and experienced like old men, we are crude and sorrowful and superficial—I believe we are lost.Chapter 6 (64% in)
- It is a great brotherhood, which adds something of the good-fellowship of the folk-song, of the feeling of solidarity of convicts, and of the desperate loyalty to one another of men condemned to death, to a condition of life arising out of the midst of danger, out of the tension and forlornness of death—seeking in a wholly unpathetic way a fleeting enjoyment of the hours as they come.Chapter 11 (6% in)
- How forlorn I am already, though he still sits here beside me.Chapter 11 (90% in)
There are no more uses of "forlorn" in All Quiet on the Western Front.
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