was also noticeable on following limb of planet.
An almost metallic duskiness
settles on the not quite ripe fruit on the apple-trees and plum-bushes.
The reference to dusk most obviously describes the color of her skin, but the duskiness
also relates to the entire dark beauty that stills the experience of the "dusky cane-lipped throng" (Toomer 15).
Three years later, in 'Summer in France', reflecting on the 'considerable stretch of duskiness
and crookedness', James identifies himself as a 'sentimental tourist' who 'does not care if his favourite adjective happens to imply another element which also is spelled with a p.
BILLIKENS : BULKINESS CARMANIAN : CERTATION DUSKINESS
: DISLIKENS TESTATION : TASMANIAN GUNRUNNER : GUNBURNER HEMATOSIS : HAMITESES OUTBARKED : OUTRANKED MALINESES : MELANOSIS MOSTLINGS : MISPLANTS PIEPLANTS : POETLINGS