And then how pitiful to think that he—with all his gifts—should be irreclaimable, after all. (3.79)
I suppose you mean that he has more courage than the rest?
No, not at all—I mean that he is incapable of taking his pleasure in moderation. (3.80-1)
It will not end with last night—I know that perfectly well. And the thing is that now I have no taste for that sort of life either. I won't begin it anew. She has broken my courage and my power of braving life out. (3.293)