He had come down to within twenty feet of the bottom, and there, clinging with one hand to a small ledge, and with his
feet resting, precariously upon tiny bushes that grew from the solid face of the rock, he lowered the point of his
long spear until it hung some six feet above the ground.
It was not without a shudder that he found himself on the point of meeting his
former acquaintance, whom he had known in the glory of youth, and whom now after an interval of five years, he was to find the victim either of a diseased fancy or a horrible physical misfortune.
Seeing me, he seized me by the arm, and clung to me as, when the slayers are at hand, a child clings to his
father, drawing me after him into a small hut that was near.
de Chagny, who seemed to have recovered all his
moral force from hearing Christine's voice, explained to her, in a few hurried words, the situation in which we and all the Opera were.
At the stern order the buzz ceased, and fifty pairs of blue, black, gray, and brown eyes were obediently fixed upon his
He had his
room in dot house-not a cage, but a room-mit a bed and sheets, and he would go to bed and get up in der morning and smoke his
cigar und eat his
dinner mit Bertran, und walk mit him hand-in-hand, which.
A huge, loose-jointed man was standing there, unshaven, untidily dressed, and with the look in his
eyes of a man who has been drinking heavily.
asked the reporter, pouring his
omelette into the frying-pan.
exclaimed the young midshipman, worked up to a pitch of enthusiasm by this ideal description of his
So spake the Father, and unfoulding bright Toward the right hand his
Glorie, on the Son Blaz'd forth unclouded Deitie; he full Resplendent all his
Father manifest Express'd, and thus divinely answer'd milde.
The God of Day Impartial, quickening with his
ray Evil and good alike, beheld The carcass--and the carcass swelled
I remember once seeing the commander - officially the master, by courtesy the captain - of a fine iron ship of the old wool fleet shaking his
head at a very pretty brigantine.
He sat awhile in the hut joyfully recalling the details of his
expedition and vividly picturing to himself what would happen next day.
rather condescending attitude towards patriotism he had been adopted as the national poet, and seemed since the war of seventy to be one of the most significant glories of national unity.
In the fireplace stood a brazier full of burning charcoal; for, though the weather was not cold, the evenings always seemed damp and chilly in that great room; and Legree, moreover, wanted a place to light his
cigars, and heat his
water for punch.