ARONNAX, Professor in the Museum
of Paris, Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York.
Solitude, but not solitariness; for he walked shoulder to shoulder with a shadowy companion--not little Hilda Burgoyne, by any means, but some one vastly dearer to him than she had ever been--his own young self, the youth who had waited for him upon the steps of the British Museum
that night, and who, though he had tried to pass so quietly, had known him and come down and linked an arm in his.
As he drummed his heels against Zam-Zammah he turned now and again from his king-of-the-castle game with little Chota Lal and Abdullah the sweetmeat-seller's son, to make a rude remark to the native policeman on guard over rows of shoes at the Museum door.
Then, fingering his rosary, he half turned to the Museum.
There were hundreds of pieces, friezes of figures in relief, fragments of statues and slabs crowded with figures that had encrusted the brick walls of the Buddhist stupas and viharas of the North Country and now, dug up and labelled, made the pride of the Museum.
At the end of the lecture the boy who had spoken to Philip in the pathological museum
and sat next to him in the theatre suggested that they should go to the dissecting-room.
But at the time I was filled with gloomy speculation as to whether Raffles would keep his promise of providing an entirely harmless entertainment for my benefit at the Black Museum.
But we can't know too little about ourselves in the Black Museum, Bunny.
I was standing with my back to the chair in which I had been asleep; behind the chair was the round lodging-house table; and there, reposing on the cloth with the whiskey and sandwiches, was the whole collection of Raffles Relics which had occupied the lid of the silver-chest in the Black Museum at Scotland Yard
At the British Museum the pigeons were crooning among the shadows of the grimy colonnade, and the stalwart janitors looked less stalwart than usual, as though their medals were too heavy for them.
Ah, very interesting, very interesting, but nothing to what they have in the museum at Naples or in Pompeii itself.
Not a geological museum," replied Flambeau; "say a psychological museum.
We only put them in the museum because they seem curiously cut about and defaced.
But everyone is familiar with the magnificent and almost complete specimen in spirits at the Natural History Museum
, and the countless drawings that have been made from it; and beyond that the interest of their physiology and structure is purely scientific.
Maggie's mother paced to and fro, addressing the doorful of eyes, expounding like a glib showman at a museum