15-6) well pleased:' "[Melkor] had gone often alone into the void places seeking the Imperishable Flame; for the desire grew hot within him to Principle of bring into Being things of his Godhead The Ainulindale own....Yet he found not the Fire, (Sil.16) for it is with lluvatar." "And 1 will send forth into the Void the Flame Imperishable, and The Ainulindale it shall be at the heart of the Indweller
Anticipating Frank Lloyd Wright by just a hundred years, he wrote that the house should grow "out of the necessities and character of the indweller, who is the only builder--out of some unconsciousness truthfulness" (47).
The lake and the dawn: the house looks to the sources of its indweller's inspiration.
bodies in that wilderness, indwellers
of the very animal world the newcomers so arrogantly sought to rise above,"32 thus ideal objects of sacrifice on the altar of autonomy.
Elizabeth Sabiston has written of Portrait that "houses are almost personified as emanations of their indwellers
" (32); on the contrary, it seems as if James's characters are shaped and maintained by the more literal structures in the story.
(40) "The Homestead and Its Indwellers
," in "Household Hints," IH, 12 December 1903, 1013.
Now commences the long winter evening around the farmer's hearth, when the thoughts of the indwellers
travel far abroad, and men are by nature and necessity charitable and liberal to all creatures.
For a class at Harvard in 1915, Turner put "the occupation of the vacant spaces of the vast interior" first in his list of "dominant facts" about westering and therewith revealed, not for the first time, that he had never truly seen the indwellers
of the vast unvacant spaces to the west of his hometown.