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Excerpt from The Way-Mark: In Which Some of the Turns of the Broad Road Are Pointed Out
And, with regard to the broad road, that is so thronged with the crowds eagerly hurrying on to destruction that its various turns are not always perceived and when they are, the poor Wights. Who have chosen it, are generally pushed on, by the mass in which they move, either with their own will, or against it, as the case may be. It is commonly the case that their progress is voluntary, though the individuals may be occa sionally startled at a broad turn but when the movement is not voluntary, the attempts to check their speed and break away from the crowd are so feeble, as, in general to be ineffectual, and they resign thanselves to be hurried on, till a pitfall brings them up, and they are lost for ever.
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