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Whether you come victorious or vanquished out of this emprise, sir knight," replied he of the Mirrors, "you will have more than enough time and leisure to see me; and if now I do not comply with your request, it is because it seems to me I should do a serious wrong to the fair Casildea de Vandalia in wasting time while I stopped to raise my visor before compelling you to confess what you are already aware I maintain.
The cupboards ran all around the sides of the dressing-room, and had elaborately carved doors with gold numbers on the outside and jeweled-framed mirrors on the inside of them.
Then he suddenly remembered the mirrors, and put his fancy down to some psychological effect of that multiplication of human masks.
de Chagny," he continued, still with his hand on the mirror, "would that we had to do with a ghost
Had the elevation of the parabolic mirror been a few yards higher, none could have lived to tell the tale.
With rare self-possession he let his gaze drop, without appearing to have halted upon the mirror until it rested again upon the gems.
By and by she turned her head and picked up the mirror, eyeing her reflection critically.
Desirous to dispel entirely this timidity, and to open a trade with the simple inhabitants of the hut, who, he did not doubt, had furs somewhere concealed, the captain now drew forth that grand lure in the eyes of a savage, a pocket mirror.
answered Ignat, surprised at the broadening grin on his face in the mirror.
Will it please your Majesty graciously to take off your clothes,' said the impostors, 'then we will put on the new clothes, here before the mirror.
She laughed softly, and took off her hat, straightening the wavy brown hair, which had escaped bounds a little, in front of the mirror.
Among many wonderful stories related of this mirror, it was fabled that the spirits of all the doctor's deceased patients dwelt within its verge, and would stare him in the face whenever he looked thitherward.