and the bird- cage were rescued from under the coal-box; but Hunca Munca has got the cradle and some of Lucinda's clothes.
Among other volumes of verse on the top shelf of the bookcase, of which I used to look at the outside without penetrating deeply within, were Pope's translation of the Iliad and the Odyssey, and Dryden's Virgil, pretty little tomes in tree-calf, published by James Crissy in Philadelphia, and illustrated with small copper-plates, which somehow seemed to put the matter hopelessly beyond me.
There were, of course, other books in the bookcase, which my consciousness made no account of, and I speak only of those I remember.
They would feel so hurt if I did and I'd hate to hurt anybody's feelings, even a little bookcase
girl's or a little echo girl's.
He pulled over the bookcase
, as I said, and fell," said Charles, with a sigh.
The library at Tredowen was a room of irregular shape, full of angles and recesses lined with bookcases
But it was not done while Boyle was looking at the revolving bookcase.
There were several of these revolving bookcases standing here and there about the library; on one of them stood the two cups of coffee, and on another a large open book.
I have quite as great an interest in being careful of his house as you can have; and as to such alterations as I was suggesting just now, such as moving a bookcase
, or unlocking a door, or even as using the billiard-room for the space of a week without playing at billiards in it, you might just as well suppose he would object to our sitting more in this room, and less in the breakfast-room, than we did before he went away, or to my sister's pianoforte being moved from one side of the room to the other.
The premiums within their possible grasp were three: a bookcase
, a plush reclining chair, and a banquet lamp.
As Grandfather did not know that any person was in the room, he started up in great surprise, and peeped hither and thither, behind the chair, and into the recess by the fireside, and at the dark nook yonder near the bookcase
The very furniture in the room seemed to have shrunk since she saw it before: the slag in the tapestry looked more like a ghost in his ghostly blue-green world; the volumes of polite literature in the bookcase
looked more like immovable imitations of books.
And how hungrily Leslie's eyes looked at the bookcases
between the windows!
He scanned the bookcases
and bookshelves, and with the same dubious air with which he had regarded the snipe, he smiled contemptuously and hook his head disapprovingly, as though by no means willing to allow that this game were worth the candle.
I love the nautical but nice Berkshire Boat Bookcase
in particular - it's the perfect piece to store books or work files - and apart from the obvious boat shape styling, it has a stucco white painted finish, sundried ash tops and metal handles for that just landed look.