effect

H. G. Wells
 

Great and strange ideas transcending experience often have less effect upon men and women than smaller, more tangible considerations. (Wells 1995 [1897]: 44)
 

‘But did you—are you sure? Suppose a mirror for instance—hallucinations are so easily produced. I don’t know if you have ever seen a really good conjuror—’ (Wells 1995 [1897]: 48)
 

WELLS, HERBERT GEORGE. 1995 [1897]. The invisible man. London: Everyman.
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