Thus they had walked, perhaps, twice or three times up and down Mary Datchet's street before the recurrence of a light burning behind a thin, yellow blind
caused them to stop without exactly knowing why they did so.
When I paused for a moment at the door, and marked how fresh and free the whole scene was - what sparkling bubbles glanced upon the waves, and welled up every moment to the surface, as though the world below, like that above, were radiant with the bright day, and gushing over in its fulness of light: when I gazed from sail to sail away upon a ship at sea, a tiny speck of shining white, the only cloud upon the still, deep, distant blue - and, turning, saw a blind
boy with his sightless face addressed that way, as though he too had some sense within him of the glorious distance: I felt a kind of sorrow that the place should be so very light, and a strange wish that for his sake it were darker.
Come, now, march," interrupted he; and I never heard a voice so cruel, and cold, and ugly as that blind
And as he spoke he tried to loosen the grasp of the blind
There is the same type of antithesis in both cases; for just as blindness is opposed to sight, so is being blind
opposed to having sight.
She gathered that no great affection flowed between the blind
woman and her son.
I now carried it to the window, drew back the blind
, and held it in the moonlight.
My friend," and he turned towards the blind
man, "I sold my last shirt last week; that is to say, since you understand only the language of Cicero:
And the blind
man was the first to see him, for he said, "He is an honest man, brothers, and one of like craft to ourselves.
I have said that Caleb and his poor Blind
Daughter lived here.
Never once was the blind
man impatient, while he spent hours each day in squatting on his hams and petting Jerry.
One bright morning, as Rose sat down to begin a fat volume entitled "History of the French Revolution," expecting to come to great grief over the long names, Mac, who was lumbering about the room like a blind
bear, stopped her by asking abruptly
though he was, he did not give up his post of Latin Secretary.
In one of the blind
animals, namely, the cave-rat, the eyes are of immense size; and Professor Silliman thought that it regained, after living some days in the light, some slight power of vision.
He had gone barely half a mile when he met a lame Fox and a blind
Cat, walking together like two good friends.