him of the Sicilians he had seen in London in their little sordid tragedies.
When I go into their wardrobes and handle their vestments, I am reminded
of no grassy plains and flowery meads which they have frequented, but of dusty merchants' exchanges and libraries rather.
He was very friendly toward her because, as he said, in some ways she reminded
him of his Catharina whom he had lost "fifty years ago.
In face and figure, he reminded
me a little of the portrait of my father at Combe-Raven -- I mean the portrait in the dining-room, of my father when he was a young man.
Well, mace in one hand and Weena in the other, I went out of that gallery and into another and still larger one, which at the first glance reminded
me of a military chapel hung with tattered flags.
Some of the symptoms reminded
me of the stir produced among the scullions of a large hotel, where a grand jubilee dinner is about to be given.
I meant, moreover, to have reminded
him of our being quite alone now, and very much in need of him to keep up our spirits these long winter evenings.
you not of Watteau, whose landscapes are so idyllic that they recall only the woodland glens seen in dreams, but of the more prosaic Jean-Baptiste Pater.
I have never yet asked you for anything and I never will again, nor have I ever reminded
you of my father's friendship for you; but now I entreat you for God's sake to do this for my son- and I shall always regard you as a benefactor," she added hurriedly.
That is, while he dominated my love and fancy, if I had been so fortunate as to have a simple concept of anything in life, I must have tried to give the expression of it some turn or tint that would remind the reader of books even before it reminded
him of men.
I am reminded
of a passage in the life of a sweet lady, a friend of mine, whose daughter was on the eve of marriage, when suddenly her lover died.
me of an early June day in the Maine Woods.