Very good; then here we have it--'4 June, total eclipse
of the moon commences at 8.
A sad eclipse
of the serene soul, a sharp struggle of the young life with death, but both were mercifully brief, and then the natural rebellion over, the old peace returned more beautiful than ever.
I knew that the only total eclipse
of the sun in the first half of the sixth century occurred on the 21st of June, A.
For a minute perhaps I stared aghast at this blackness that was creeping over the day, and then I realized that an eclipse
Their whole time is expended and their ingenuity tasked by endeavors to eclipse
each other in dress and decoration.
Refinement he did not affect, yet vulgar he could not be called; he was not odd--no quiz--yet he resembled no one else I had ever seen before; his general bearing intimated complete, sovereign satisfaction with himself; yet, at times, an indescribable shade passed like an eclipse
over his countenance, and seemed to me like the sign of a sudden and strong inward doubt of himself, his words and actions-an energetic discontent at his life or his social position, his future prospects or his mental attainments--I know not which; perhaps after all it might only be a bilious caprice.
These they put in their hats, and thus figured about Mackinaw, assuming airs of vast importance, as "voyageurs" in a new company, that was to eclipse
Vernon, who dearly loves to be firm, and to have all the sense and all the wit of the conversation to herself: Frederica will never eclipse
The standing is slippery, and the regress is either a downfall, or at least an eclipse
, which is a melancholy thing.
concerning American life which should eclipse
anything yet done in that kind, and in the mean time I read voraciously and perpetually, to make the days go swiftly which I should have been so glad to have linger.
What pleasure can I have in seeing a girl grow up to eclipse
me, and enjoy those pleasures that I am for ever debarred from?