Jules Verne quote about darkness from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - We were alone. Where, I could not say, hardly imagine. All was black, and such a dense black that, after some minutes, my eyes had not been able to discern even the faintest glimmer.
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Quotes by Jules Verne · Quotes from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea · Quotes about darkness · Quotes about loneliness · Quotes about black

We were alone. Where, I could not say, hardly imagine. All was black, and such a dense black that, after some minutes, my eyes had not been able to discern even the faintest glimmer.

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Jules Verne quote about darkness from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - We were alone. Where, I could not say, hardly imagine. All was black, and such a dense black that, after some minutes, my eyes had not been able to discern even the faintest glimmer.
Jules Verne quote about darkness from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - We were alone. Where, I could not say, hardly imagine. All was black, and such a dense black that, after some minutes, my eyes had not been able to discern even the faintest glimmer.
Jules Verne quote about darkness from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - We were alone. Where, I could not say, hardly imagine. All was black, and such a dense black that, after some minutes, my eyes had not been able to discern even the faintest glimmer.
Jules Verne quote about darkness from Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870) - We were alone. Where, I could not say, hardly imagine. All was black, and such a dense black that, after some minutes, my eyes had not been able to discern even the faintest glimmer.