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answered appeared asked become believe brought called child coming course dead dear death door Eustacia eyes face fact father feel felt figure followed girl give given gone hand head hear heard heart hope hour interest Italy Jehan keep kind knew known lady least leave less letter light living looked manner marry matter mean meet mind minutes Miss morning mother nature Nelly never night once passed perhaps person play poor present question Raymond reason remained round scene seemed seen side smile soon speak stage standing stood story suppose sure taken tell thing Thomasin thought told took turned voice waiting walked whole wife Wildeve wish woman Yeobright young
89 psl. - His forehead is bony and full of character, with " bumps" of wit, large and radiant, enough to transport a phrenologist. His eyes are as dark and fine, as you would wish to see under a set of vine-leaves ; his mouth generous and good-humoured, with dimples ; his nose sensual, prominent, and at the same time the reverse of aquiline.
478 psl. - In Clym Yeobright's face could be dimly seen the typical countenance of the future. Should there be a classic period to art hereafter, its Pheidias may produce such faces. The view of life as a thing to be put up with, replacing that zest for existence which was so intense in early civilizations, must ultimately enter so thoroughly into the constitution of the advanced races that its facial expression will become accepted as a new artistic departure.
286 psl. - Charles's time have laughed to have seen Nicolini exposed to a tempest in robes of ermine, and sailing in an open boat upon a sea of pasteboard? What a field of raillery would they have been let into, had they been entertained with painted dragons spitting wild-fire, enchanted chariots drawn by Flanders mares, and real cascades in artificial landskips...
238 psl. - Soft whispering came into her ear from under the radiant helmet, and she felt like a woman in Paradise. Suddenly these two wheeled out from the mass of dancers, dived into one of the pools of the heath, and came out somewhere beneath into an iridescent hollow, arched with rainbows. 'It must be here,' said the voice by her side, and blushingly looking up she saw him removing his casque to kiss her.
16 psl. - And she was handsomer, but the reddleman was far from thinking so. There was a certain obscurity in Eustacia's beauty, and Venn's eye was not trained. In her winter dress, as now, she was like the tiger-beetle, which, when observed in dull situations, seems to be of the quietest neutral colour, but under a full illumination blazes with dazzling splendour. Eustacia could not help replying, though conscious that she endangered her dignity thereby. 'Many women are lovelier than Thomasin,' she said;...
482 psl. - In consequence of this relatively advanced position, Yeobright might have been called unfortunate. The rural world was not ripe for him. A man should be only partially before his time : to be completely to the vanward in aspirations is fatal to fame.
425 psl. - They put all the bits of the cake into a bonnet. Every one, blindfold, draws out a portion. He who holds the bonnet is entitled to the last bit. Whoever draws the black bit, is the devoted person who is to be sacrificed to Baal, whose favour they implore in rendering the year productive of the sustenance of man and beast.
256 psl. - ... at the end of the four or five years of endeavour which follow the close of placid pupilage. He already showed that thought is a disease of flesh...
286 psl. - No, no, says the other; they are to enter towards the end of the first act, and to fly about the stage.
484 psl. - Yeobright, when he looked from the heights on his way he could not help indulging in a barbarous satisfaction at observing that, in some of the attempts at reclamation from the waste, tillage, after holding on for a year or two, had receded again in despair, the ferns and furze-tufts stubbornly reasserting themselves.