But that typewriter proved to me that I had a pipe-stem for a back.
All my waking hours, except those with that infernal typewriter, were spent in a creative heaven.
She heard the typewriter and formal professional voices inside, not belonging, she thought, to any one she had ever spoken to.
And what wouldn't I give that he should be alive now, seeing what we're going to see--" but reflecting that the glories of the future depended in part upon the activity of her typewriter, she bobbed her head, and hurried back to the seclusion of her little room, from which immediately issued sounds of enthusiastic, but obviously erratic, composition.
Clacton to enchanted people in a bewitched tower, with the spiders' webs looping across the corners of the room, and all the tools of the necromancer's craft at hand; for so aloof and unreal and apart from the normal world did they seem to her, in the house of innumerable typewriters, murmuring their incantations and concocting their drugs, and flinging their frail spiders' webs over the torrent of life which rushed down the streets outside.
At night she brought home papers with handwriting on them and made copies with her typewriter
The click of the typewriter stopped; the girl was looking at the secretary, who had turned white.
And that's all right," said the doctor, serenely, to the typewriter.
The secretary turned to the typewriter, and their eyes met (out of that was born a story - nothing to do with this story).
I think of writing another little monograph some of these days on the typewriter and its relation to crime.
I had already noticed the peculiarities of the typewriter, and I wrote to the man himself at his business address asking him if he would come here.
she asked, and her fingers played nervously over the stops of her typewriter
When we are married I shall be able to be useful to Jonathan, and if I can stenograph well enough I can take down what he wants to say in this way and write it out for him on the typewriter
, at which also I am practicing very hard.
Martin rented a typewriter
and spent a day mastering the machine.
MR EDWARD NUTT, the industrious editor of the Daily Reformer, sat at his desk, opening letters and marking proofs to the merry tune of a typewriter
, worked by a vigorous young lady.