"I haven't a pair in stock that will really cover those eyes up," said the little man, with a sigh; "and your head is so big that I shall be obliged to tie the spectacles
Meanwhile he was haunted by the idea--he should like to possess such a pair of spectacles
himself; then, perhaps, by using them circumspectly, one would be able to look into people's hearts, which, he thought, would be far more interesting than merely to see what was to happen next year; for that we should all know in proper time, but the other never.
"Excellent!" quoth the man with the spectacles
. "Nor need you hesitate, learned sir, on account of the necessary destruction of the gem; since the perusal of your folio may teach every mother's son of us to concoct a Great Carbuncle of his own."
'Well said, Master Poet!' cried he of the spectacles
. 'Hide it under thy cloak, sayest thou?
Then the green man fitted spectacles
for the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman and the Lion, and even on little Toto; and all were locked fast with the key.
Featherstone, curtly, keeping on his spectacles
, but withdrawing his hands under his wraps.
'You're a rough speaker, my friend, but you look an honest, open-hearted man,' said the old gentleman: turning his spectacles
in the direction of the candidate for Oliver's premium, whose villainous countenance was a regular stamped receipt for cruelty.
The large round spectacles
, which gave a look of staring self- confidence to the sallow face, confronted Ossipon like sleepless, unwinking orbs flashing a cold fire.
It was, indeed, a curious spectacle
to see these two men at the windows of their several carriages; the one surrounded by his guards, and all powerful, the other a prisoner and miserable; the one going to mount a throne, the other believing himself to be on his way to the scaffold.
Let us, rather, hurry away from this revolting spectacle
. Could the great captains of the world float thus above the scenes of their exploits, they would at last, perhaps, conceive a disgust for blood and conquest."
Every Tragedy, therefore, must have six parts, which parts determine its quality--namely, Plot, Character, Diction, Thought, Spectacle
The New World may have its disappointments in store for us, but it cannot possibly show us any spectacle
so abject as the spectacle
which we witnessed last night at my aunt's ball.
The theater was full of people, enjoying the spectacle
and laughing till they cried at the antics of the two Marionettes.
All the circumstances were perfect--and the anticipations, too, for we should soon be enjoying, for the first time, that wonderful spectacle
, an Alpine sunrise--the object of our journey.
A stranger arriving at Stones Hill would have been surprised at the spectacle
offered to his view.