Man is an everlack, an infinite withoutness, afloat on an apparently endless ocean of apparently endless indifference to individual things. Obscurely he sees catastrophes happening to other rafts, rafts that are too distant for him to determine whether they have other humans aboard, but too numerous and too identical for him to presume that they have not.
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Biography
Profession:
Novelist
Nationality:
English
Born:
March 31, 1926
Died:
November 5, 2005