But on these instructive complications I must not enlarge more than to say that they could all be resumed in the one word: Delay.
I could imagine no claim that would be stronger and more absorbing than the claim of that ship, of these men snared in the river by silly commercial complications, as if in some poisonous trap.
And this horrible problem was only an extrane- ous episode, a mere complication in the general problem of how to get that ship--which was mine with her appurtenances and her men, with her body and her spirit now slumbering in that pestilential river--how to get her out to sea.
It was marvellous, a feast for the eyes, this complication
of coloured tints, a perfect kaleidoscope of green, yellow, orange, violet, indigo, and blue; in one word, the whole palette of an enthusiastic colourist
It is therefore evident that the unravelling of the plot, no less than the complication
, must arise out of the plot itself, it must not be brought about by the 'Deus ex Machina'--as in the Medea, or in the Return of the Greeks in the Iliad.
On the 10th of June, the party was a little to the east of the Wind River Mountains, where they halted for a time in excellent pasturage, to give their horses a chance to recruit their strength for a long journey; for it was Captain Bonneville's intention to shape his course to the settlements; having already been detained by the complication
of his duties, and by various losses and impediments, far beyond the time specified in his leave of absence.
It was too horrible a confusion of guilt, too gross a complication
of evil, for human nature, not in a state of utter barbarism, to be capable of
I saw a little table in the great mosaic school in Florence--a little trifle of a centre table--whose top was made of some sort of precious polished stone, and in the stone was inlaid the figure of a flute, with bell-mouth and a mazy complication
Stroeve went twice a day to the hospital to enquire after his wife, who still declined to see him; and came away at first relieved and hopeful because he was told that she seemed to be growing better, and then in despair because, the complication
which the doctor had feared having ensued, recovery was impossible.
But he was soon back again, perturbed by a new complication
Cecil Forrester, to unravel a little domestic complication
He thought not of his wife, but of a complication
that had arisen in his official life, which at the time constituted the chief interest of it.
You will understand, therefore, that we, knowing of this complication
in his life, naturally incline towards the theory of murder.
I never met anybody personally concerned in this affair, the interest of which for us was, of course, not the bad weather but the extraordinary complication
brought into the ship's life at a moment of exceptional stress by the human element below her deck.
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