Jules Verne about fear (“Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea”, 1870) - The thunderbolt without the reverberations of thunder would frighten man but little, though the danger lies in the lightning, not in the noise.
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The thunderbolt without the reverberations of thunder would frighten man but little, though the danger lies in the lightning, not in the noise.
 Jules VerneTwenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea (1870). copy citation

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