Then rang the bells both loud and deep. God is not dead nor doth he sleep.
[Clenching his fists until his hands bleed] I do want to know the truth, sir. The truth is, you are lying!
[to Charles Holloway] Your torments call us like dogs in the night. And we do feed, and feed well. To stuff ourselves on other people's torments. And butter our plain bread with delicious pain... Funerals, marriages, lost loves, lonely beds " that is our diet. We suck that misery and find it sweet. We can smell the young ulcerating to be men a thousand miles off. And hear a middle-aged fool like yourself groaning with midnight despairs from halfway round the world.