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The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth

By: H. G. Wells

...sington would no more have called it that in cold blood than he would have gone out from his flat in Sloane Street clad in regal scarlet and a wreath ... ...usly, even in the growth of races, empires, planetary systems, and worlds, gone so:— And even in some cases so:— And he was explaining to them quite l... ...k the place there and then; on his way back to London he stopped at Dunton Green and closed with an eligible couple that had answered his ad- vertisem... ... He said they could go to the farm at once. He was doing nothing at Dunton Green except a little tailoring. “It ithn’t the thmart plathe I thought it ... ...the Feeding to be continued as directed. Food you mixed is pretty near all gone, and do not like to mix any more myself on account of the accident wit... ... and a half alto- gether, through the park and villages and then along the green glades of the Hickleybrow preserves. The trees were all dusted with t... ...d his hopes and faith of a greater world to come no more than the coloured film upon a pool of bottomless decay. Littleness invincible! So strong and ...

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Merry Men

By: Robert Louis Stevenson

...nd river; only there was a difference in the weeds and fishes, and the water itself was green instead of brown; but when the tide went out, in the bot... ...the Merry Men. I have heard it said that they run fifty feet high; but that must be the green water only, for the spray runs twice as high as that. Wh... ...or that which came with them. I would have liked better, under God’s pleasure, they had gone down into the sea, and the Merry Men were dancing on them... ...ir than ever I could win to un- derstand. He made the vales and the pastures, the bonny green yaird, the halesome, canty land – And now they shout and... ... been near it,’ said she. ‘What for would I go near it, Charlie lad? The poor souls are gone to their account long syne; and I would just have wished ... ... word or a look, following slowly after my impatient strides. The spring seemed to have gone out of his body, and he scrambled heavily up and down the... ...or behind him. Markheim stood and gazed at him with all his eyes. Per- haps there was a film upon his sight, but the outlines of the new comer seemed ... ...ady sunken in pearly greyness, and a great, pale moon came swinging skyward through the filmy poplars. The Doctor sang, the Doctor whistled, the Docto...

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When the Sleeper Wakes

By: H. G. Wells

... other way—at the foot of yonder dark precipice there, where the waves are green, and the white surge lifts and falls, and that little thread of water... ...on living—as the doctors, some of them, think. As a matter of fact, I have gone to one or two public men about it. But, so far, nothing has been done.... ...nto his skin above and below. And this strange bed was placed in a case of green- ish coloured glass (as it seemed to him), a bar in the white framewo... ...s, though a maximum and minimum thermometer was recognisable. The slightly greenish tint of the glass-like substance which surrounded him on every han... ...but the greenish transparent sub- stance that had filled it was altogether gone. A man in a deep violet robe, one of those who had been on the balcony... ...ward shouting in his ear and shaking his arm. And then suddenly Howard was gone and he stood alone. He perceived that the cries of “The Sleeper” grew ... ... for nearly two hundred feet of its length, and a sheet of the same glassy film that had enclosed Graham at his awak- ening had been drawn across the ... ...rose and passed overhead, rising to clear the mass of the Council House, a filmy translucent shape with the solitary aeronaut peering down through its... ...ies of air-sickness, were craning their black necks and staring to see the filmy city that was rising out of the haze, the rich and splendid city to w...

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The French Revolution a History Volume Two

By: Thomas Carlyle

...nst his fellow! In confusion, famine, desolation, regret the days that are gone; rueful recall them, recall us with them. To repentant prayers we will... ...-like, as ‘with stars dim-twinkling through. ’ And then, when the light is gone quite out, a National Legislature grants ‘ceremonial fu- neral!’ As go... ...able things the stone- walls spoke, during these five years! But it is all gone; To- day swallowing Yesterday, and then being in its turn swal- lowed ... ... that Oblivion covers so much; that all carrion is by and by buried in the green Earth’s bosom, and even makes her grow the greener. The Jacobins are ... ... Doom, once shook the world, there is pacific chaffering for poul- try and greens. The sacred National Assembly Hall itself has become common ground; ... ...manoeuvring: under the vernal skies, while Nature too is putting forth her green Hopes, under bright sunshine defaced by the stormful East; like Patri... ... which will stand no tear and wear! Beautiful cheap gossa- mer gauze, thou film-shadow of a raw-material of Virtue, which art not woven, nor likely to... ...lack powder or seedgrains in the hollow of his hand, this Oge; sprinkled a film of white ones on the top, and said to his Judges, “Behold they are whi...

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Bram Stoker's Dracula

By: Bram Stoker

...ch way, with its background of rich foliage of oleander and orange trees in green tubs clustered in the centre of the yard. Then our driver, whose ... ...ing, I might not have been able to throw them off so easily. Before us lay a green sloping land full of forests and woods, with here and there steep h... ...fruit blossom— apple, plum, pear, cherry. And as we drove by I could see the green grass under the trees spangled with the fallen petals. In and out a... ...last there came a time when the driver went fur ther afield than he had yet gone, and during his ab sence, the horses began to tremble worse than ev... ...en went on to ask about the means of making consignments and the forms to be gone through, and of all sorts of difficulties which might arise, but by ... ...nough and unhook the great chains. But the door was locked, and the key was gone! That key must be in the Count’s room. I must watch should his door... ...tish, and Austrian,and Hungarian,and Greek and Turkish money, covered with a film of dust, as though it had lain long in the ground. None of it that I...

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Youth

By: Joseph Conrad

...e pier- heads. I watched the procession of head-lights gliding high and of green lights gliding low in the night, when suddenly a red gleam flashed at... ...st for months, for years, for all eternity, as though we had been dead and gone to a hell for sailors. We forgot the day of the week, the name of the ... ...nd. Suddenly it dawned upon me, and I shouted, ‘Boys, the house on deck is gone. Leave this, and let’s look for the cook.’ “There was a deck-house for... ... The house was shattered as if a shell had exploded inside. Most of it had gone overboard—stove, men’s quarters, and their property, all was gone; but... ... oozed here and there and everywhere in slender threads, in an invis- ible film, in an incomprehensible manner. It made its way into the cabin, into t... ... thing slip overboard. The heavy medicine-chest went that way, two bags of green coffee, tins of paint—fancy, paint!—a whole lot of things. Then I was... ...d along the shore, and the brown roofs of hidden houses peeped through the green foliage, through the big leaves that hung shining and still like leav...

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Life on the Mississippi

By: Mark Twain

... the banks of the Mississippi. They went by way of the Great Lakes; and from Green Bay, in canoes, by way of Fox River and the Wisconsin. Marquette ha... ...ion, Louis XIV . and Louis XV . had rotted and died, the French monarchy had gone down in the red tempest of the revolution, and Napoleon was a name t... .... We was always on the look out for it. But by and by, towards dawn, she was gone. When the day come we couldn’t see her any where, and we warn’t sor... ...rt of sea, and withal a very still and brilliant and lonely one. Presently a film of dark smoke appears above one of those remote “points;” instantly ... ...d and weather beaten look of an old traveler. Before the second day was half gone I experienced a joy which filled me with the purest gratitude; for I... ...Milliken’s Bend 1 2 37 Bailey’s 1 3 48 Lake Providence 1 5 47 Greenville 1 10 55 Napoleon 1 16 22 White River 1 16 56 Austr... ...at I was about; I started too early to bring the boat around, but detected a green gleam of joy in Brown’s eye, and corrected my mistake; I started ar...

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Vanity Fair

By: William Makepeace Thackeray

...he idea of Amelia’s departure; and, but for fear of her sister, would have gone off in downright hysterics, like the heiress (who paid double) of St. ... ...hs that rose almost to his nose, with a red striped waistcoat and an apple green coat with steel buttons almost as large as crown pieces (it was the m... ...the harp if they have handsome arms and neat elbows, and to wear Lin- coln Green toxophilite hats and feathers, but that they may bring down some “des... ...y went, Joseph very red and blushing, Rebecca very modest, and holding her green eyes downwards. She was dressed in white, with bare shoulders as whit... ...I shan’t have time to do it here,” said Rebecca. ‘I’ll do it when—when I’m gone.” And she dropped her voice, and looked so sad and piteous, that every... ... turn and rest, And gentle faces welcomed him. The dawn is up—the guest is gone, The cottage hearth is blazing still; Heaven pity all poor wan- derers... ...ghing about me to Joseph? Has he frightened him? Perhaps he won’t come.”—A film 61 Thackeray passed over her eyes, and her heart beat quite quick. “Y...

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Night and Day

By: Virginia Woolf

...ter with whom she could read Per- sian?” “A cousin of ours has married and gone to live in Manchester,” Katharine explained. Mr. Denham muttered somet... ...and relieved the heaviness of his face. He played constantly with a little green stone attached to his watch-chain, thus displaying long and very sens... ...mptorily; whereupon she vanished, leaving the door ajar in her haste to be gone. After Denham had waited some minutes, in the course of which neither ... ..., and wished that she did not look so provincial or subur- ban in her high green dress with the faded trimming, so patient, and almost resigned. He be... ...im, murmured good night, and left the room. For some minutes after she had gone Ralph lay quiescent, resting his head on his hand, but gradually his e... ... so splendidly, nothing now remained possible but a steady growth of good, green stalk and leaf. For these reasons, and for others, Katharine had her ... ...pire and left their bones on many frontiers, looked at the world through a film of yellow which the morning light seemed to have drawn across their ph... ...r lay before her, whether it was a letter or a dictionary, as if it were a film upon the deep pros- pects that revealed themselves to her kindling and...

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Modeste Mignon

By: Honoré de Balzac

...led Agnes) and reflected to himself that a woman’s beauty is soon past and gone to a husband. As to the insig- nificant youth on whom the clerk of the... ... accustomed. His eyesight, said to be weak, obliged the worthy man to wear green goggles for the pro- tection of his eyes, which were constantly infla... ...nce was observable on the face of Babylas Latournelle. Above the atrocious green spectacles rose a bald crown, all the more crafty in expression becau... ...nt red brick pointed with white. The window-frames are painted of a lively green, the woodwork is brown verging on yellow. The roof overhangs by sever... ...e was seated, for the rea- son that both eyes were covered with the yellow film pro- duced by cataract. Madame Mignon may be sketched in one sentence.... ... coolly as though he were a mad dog. After dinner that day the cashier had gone to walk fol- lowed by two magnificent Pyrenees hounds, whom he sus- pe... ...on? they haven’t any means of earning money.” “I am told the old woman has gone blind.” “Is Mademoiselle Mignon still pretty? Dear me, how dash- ing s...

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Our Mutual Friend

By: Charles Dickens

... intent on the advancing waters; ‘I see nothing afloat.’ The red light was gone, the shudder was gone, and his gaze, which had come back to the boat f... ...eering; forty, wavy-haired, dark, tending to corpulence, sly , mysterious, filmy—a kind of suf- ficiently well-looking veiled-prophet, not prophesying... ...outh. ‘Now, Mortimer,’ says Lady Tippins, rapping the sticks of her closed green fan upon the knuckles of her left hand— which is particularly rich in... ...palling Lady Tippins declares that if Another had survived, he should have gone down at the head of her list of lovers—and also when the mature young ... ... Sea, ain’t more beyond restoring to life. If Lazarus was only half as far gone, that was the greatest of all the miracles.’ ‘Halloa!’ cried Mortimer,... ...en Stomach and not Mind. If so, rum stomach. But to be sure there were rum everythings. Pity there was not a word of truth in that superstition about ... ...indoo, African, and British—the ‘human warious’, the French gentleman, the green glass-eyed cats, the dogs, the ducks, and all the rest of the collect... ...wn into a seat big enough for three of him, all covered with upholstery in green and white! And with two bay horses tossing their heads and stepping h... ...ing at the brazier, with her face leaning on her hand. There was a kind of film or flicker on her face, which at first he took to be the fitful fireli...

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The Light That Failed

By: Rudyard Kipling

...arded the gift, she forgot to thank him for it. Many holidays had come and gone since that day, and Dick had grown into a lanky hobbledehoy more than ... ..., shading her eyes and looking out across the sailless sea. ‘I know it has gone out to the Marazion Bell-buoy,’ said Dick, with a chuckle. ‘Fire low a... ...oke separated her from Dick, and she was quite certain that the pistol had gone off in his face. Then she heard him sputter, and dropped on her knees ... ...rawing.’ He had just finished a Sunday visit to Maisie,—al- ways under the green eyes of the red-haired impres- sionist girl, whom he learned to hate ... .... There’s a waterfall in it three hundred feet high, just like a sliver of green jade laced with silver; and millions of wild bees live up in the rock... ...hat do you think of a big, red, dead city built of red sandstone, with raw green aloes growing between the stones, lying out neglected on honey-colour... ...ith white hair, and he said nothing till Dick began to de- scribe the gray film in the studio. ‘We all want a little patching and repairing from time ... ...gued, in the loneliness of his studio, henceforward to be decorated with a film of gray gauze in one corner, that, if his fate were blind- ness, all t... ...t it. It was true that the corners of the studio draped themselves in gray film and retired into the darkness, that the spots in his eyes and the pain...

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Seven Poor Travellers

By: Charles Dickens

... were all arrived by this time, I thought, had got their tickets, and were gone in.—There my pleasure was dashed by the reflec- tion that probably som... ...k and forget all about it. Y ou are to know that this relative of mine had gone wrong, and run wild. His heart was in the right place, but it was seal... ...ined the regiment, to see you.” Private Richard Doubledick began to find a film stealing over the floor at which he looked; also to find the legs of t... ...ere, into Brussels. I came to watch and tend him, as I would have joyfully gone, with such a purpose, to the dreariest ends of the earth. When he knew... ...e) of so vagabond a tendency , that I accompanied the Waits across an open green called the Vines, and assisted—in the French sense—at the perfor- man...

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Virgin Soil

By: Ivan S. Turgenev

...m whence issued the woman’s voice. It was a narrow, untidy room, with dull green coloured walls, badly lighted by two dusty windows. The furnishings c... ...u seen Nejdanov?” Ostrodumov asked. “Yes. He will be back directly. He has gone to the library with some books.” Ostrodumov spat to one side. “Why is ... ...ately. Heaven forbid that he should be in love! Mashurina scowled. “He has gone to the library for books. As for falling in love, he has neither the t... ...is not stupid. Had quite a good education, thanks to my father. But he has gone quite off the track—I think he’s a republi- can. We refuse to have any... ...after him, sighed, walked up to a golden wire cage, on one side of which a green parrot was carefully holding on with its beak and claws. She teased i... ...oice, not at all husky from the journey, “Ivan! Take this gentleman to the green room and see to his luggage afterwards!” He then told Nejdanov that h... ...e was surrounded by a sort of mist, which seemed to hang before him like a filmy curtain, separating him from 73 Turgenev the rest of the world. And ... ..., separating him from 73 Turgenev the rest of the world. And through this film, strange to say, he perceived only three faces—women’s faces—and all t... ...… He still searched around for Mariana with his eyes, but a menacing white film was spreading over them. “That’s right,” were his last words. He had b...

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What Is Man and Other Essays of Mark Twain

By: Mark Twain

...ne as that, as exalted as that. Could you have remained in those ranks and gone down to your death in that unflinching way? What Is Man and Other Ess... ...twenty years— the little ingot is sodden with quicksilver, its virtues are gone, its character is degraded. At last it is ready to yield to a temptati... ... after T ruth should find it in the propo sition that the moon is made of green cheese nothing could ever budge him from that position; for he is not... ...d content your spirit. When it failed of that, the whole of its value was gone. There are no material values; there are only spiritual ones. You wil... ...blendings, combinations, and shadings of the elementals, just as one makes green by blending blue and yellow, and makes sev eral shades and tints of ... ... was there: in the form of a Christmas tree that was drenched with silver film in a most wonderful way; and on a table was prodigal profusion of brig... ...end where it joins on to Edward I. I always see a small pear bush with its green fruit hanging down. When I think of the Commonwealth I see a shady li... ...They gavel me, these stale and overworked stage direc tions, these carbon films that got burnt out long ago and cannot now carry any faintest thread ...

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Aaron's Rod

By: D. H. Lawrence

...o unclose an- other package. “ Aw—aw Mother, my peacock—aw, my peacock, my green peacock!” Lavishly she hovered over a sinuous greenish bird, with win... ...bird, with wings and tail of spun glass, pearly, and body of deep electric green. “It’s mine—my green peacock! It’s mine, because Marjory’s 9 D. H. L... ... because Marjory’s 9 D. H. Lawrence had one wing off, and mine hadn’t. My green peacock that I love! I love it!” She swung it softly from the little ... ...s Rod of snow were falling outside. When Jim woke in the morning Aaron had gone. Only on the floor were two packets of Christmas-tree candles, fallen ... ...kets of Christmas-tree candles, fallen from the stranger’s pockets. He had gone through the draw- ing-room door, as he had come. The housemaid said th... ...t it was Jim himself, for he was an unsettled house mate. There was a thin film of snow, a lovely Christmas morn- ing. CHAPTER IV CHAPTER IV CHAPTER I... ...and one child. There was a light also in the upstairs window. His wife was gone upstairs again. He wondered if she had the baby ill. He could see her ... ...ather like the imposing hall into which the heroine suddenly enters on the film. Aaron dropped his heavy bag, with relief, and stood there, hat in han... ...as now no magnate richer than we, no hero nobler than we have been, on the film. Connu! Connu! Everything life has to offer is known to us, couldn’t b...

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Adam Bede

By: George Eliot

... hear her, Ben,” said Seth, good-humouredly; “she’s going to preach on the Green to-night; happen ye’d get something to think on yourself then, instea... ...s back, and was putting out his hand towards his paper cap. Adam alone had gone on with his work as if nothing had happened. But observing the cessati... ... his dignity with the satisfaction of his curiosity by walking towards the Green was the problem that Mr. Casson had been revolving in his mind for th... ...ching, sir; it’s been gev hout as a young woman’s a-going to preach on the Green,” answered Mr. Casson, in a treble and wheezy voice, with a slightly ... ...nd, and when we die we leave it all. But God lasts when everything else is gone. What shall we do if he is not our friend?” Then Dinah told how the go... ...d Feyther Taft,” who being too deaf to catch many words, had some time ago gone back to his inglenook. Wiry Ben was feeling very uncomfortable, and al... ...bout intruding on another man’s secrets...it was cruel to think how thin a film had shut out rescue from all this guilt and misery. He saw the whole h...

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Summer

By: Edith Wharton

...ok for the key that she knew she had already put into her pocket. A narrow greenish mirror with a gilt eagle over it hung on the 4 Summer passage wal... ...e of Eagle Range,” enjoyed the acquaintance of W ashington Irving and Fitz-Greene Halleck, and been cut off in his flower by a fever contracted in Ita... ...rth Dormer, and a distant Hatchard relative at Springfield. “If you’d only gone to school!” she sighed. She followed Charity to the door, and there, i... ... and she leaned against the window, indifferently. She was impatient to be gone to the library, to hunt for the book on North Dormer. “See here,” he s... ... line of vision a blackberry branch laid its frail white flowers and blue- green leaves against the sky. Just beyond, a tuft of sweet-fern uncurled be... ... to the storm the house looked singularly desolate. The paint was al- most gone from the clap-boards, the window-panes were bro- ken and patched with ... ...ornaments were in place, and the corners of one ceiling re- tained a light film of plaster tracery. Harney had found an old bench at the back door and...

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Women in Love

By: D. H. Lawrence

...limbed. She wore a dress of dark-blue silky stuff, with ruches of blue and green linen lace in the neck and sleeves; and she had emerald-green stockin... ...s, with a little bitterness. She was a class mis- tress herself, in Willey Green Grammar School, as she had been for some years. ‘I know,’ she said, ‘... ...te world, then what was her own world, outside? She was aware of her grass-green stockings, her large grass-green velour hat, her full soft coat, of a... ...nd, and with a wild cry of laughter and challenge, veered, poised, and was gone beyond the grey stone buttress. In another in- stant the bridegroom, b... ...as really punctual, only accidentally not so. I’m sorry.’ The two men were gone, there was nothing more to see, for the time. Ursula was left thinking... ...ent on as a peaceful tide that is at flood, hushed to retire. This day had gone by like so many more, in an activity that was like a trance. At the en... ...d, hot, naked in their looking at him. And on them there seemed to float a film of disintegration, a sort of misery and sullenness, like oil on water.... ...uddenly and staring with her black eyes, on which there seemed an unseeing film of flame, fully upon Gerald. He laughed dangerously, from the blood. H... ...rom the blood. Her child- ish speech caressed his nerves, and her burning, filmed eyes, turned now full upon him, oblivious of all her antecedents, ga...

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Twilight in Italy

By: D. H. Lawrence

... earth goes by, with the labour and the ecstasy of man, disappears, and is gone into brilliance that hovers over- head, the radiant cold which waits t... ...thing down on the blue water, whilst the earth on the near side gave off a green-silver smoke of olive trees, coming up and around the earth-coloured ... ...ks partaking of the sky, tawny grass and scrub, browny- 24 D. H. Lawrence green spires of cypresses, and then the mist of grey-green olives fuming do... ...rail in the bluish sky, a frail moon had put forth, like a thin, scalloped film of ice floated out on the slow current of the coming night. And a bell... ...hat were very blue, reminding me of the eyes of the old woman. The day was gone, the twilight was gone, and the snow was invisible as I came down to t... ...ering body, wholly naked in the water of the lake. My little old woman was gone. She, all day-sunshine, would have none of the moon. Always she must l... ...ty of the darkness. But the fire is cold, as in the eyes of a cat, it is a green fire. It is fluid, electric. At its maximum it is the white ecstasy o... ...houses themselves. We were always level with the mountain-snow opposite. A film of pure blue was on the hills to the right and the left. There had bee...

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