"There was something oppressive in this kind and gentle, but at the same time sly and cunning, glance; people were helpless under the spell of the powerful will which could be felt in his whole being."
Why would it particularly be in the place before glance and after cunning "..and cunning, glance;"
It seems as if it shouldn't be there. To me that is. But what do I know?
Or technically would this form would be correct? --> "To me that is, but what do i know?" or "To me that is..but what do i know?"
I think I may need to brush up on my mechanics.
Thank you in advance.