"Heavy sprays enveloped the Nan-Shan from stem to stern and instantly in the middle of her regular rolling she began to jerk and plunge as though she had gone mad with fright. A sudden lowering of the darkness came upon the night, falling before the vision like something palpable. It was as if the masked lights of the world had been turned down. And then the real thing came at last."-from Typhoon
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