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v. i.1.To quaver.
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In particular, the chapter "Quap, Ivory and Insect Empires" offers up a wealth of interesting insights about the ways in which Conrad's influence can be detected in somewhat lesser-read works by Wells such as the novel Tono-Bungay and the short story "The Empire of the Ants." Even though Wells was the more openly revered writer by early modernists like Conrad and James, here we see Wells couldn't help but assimilate some imagery, language, and themes from devotees like Conrad.
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