Then was there again spoken unto me without voice: "O Zarathustra, he who hath to remove mountains removeth also valleys and plains.
Then was there again spoken unto me without voice: "Thou must yet become a child, and be without shame.
The doors were in constant banging, the stairs were never at rest, nothing was done without
a clatter, nobody sat still, and nobody could command attention when they spoke.
yes -- I do not think I should be easily frightened, because there would be so many people in the house -- and besides, it has never been uninhabited and left deserted for years, and then the family come back to it unawares, without giving any notice, as generally happens.
We shall not have to explore our way into a hall dimly lighted by the expiring embers of a wood fire -- nor be obliged to spread our beds on the floor of a room without windows, doors, or furniture.
He wrote ten notes, and tore them all up, and sent the saddle without
With all my heart," said the young man, and without
waiting for more pressing he seated himself on the trunk of a felled oak, and tuning his rebeck, presently began to sing to these words.
He crossed the ante-chamber, the dining-room, and the salon, without
meeting with any one; at length, on reaching the door of M.
Our outside and often thin and fanciful clothes are our epidermis, or false skin, which partakes not of our life, and may be stripped off here and there without
fatal injury; our thicker garments, constantly worn, are our cellular integument, or cortex; but our shirts are our liber, or true bark, which cannot be removed without
girdling and so destroying the man.
Hardly more than five minutes had passed since he entered the cottage, but it seemed to Dunstan like a long while; and though he was without
any distinct recognition of the possibility that Marner might be alive, and might re-enter the cottage at any moment, he felt an undefinable dread laying hold on him, as he rose to his feet with the bags in his hand.
the original is CLIMENOLE) in their family, as one of their domestics; nor ever walk abroad, or make visits, without
Then the priest anoints himself with the grease and tallow of the cows, and sits down on a heap of straw, on the top and in the middle of a pile which is prepared; they set fire to it, and the whole heap is consumed without
any injury to the priest, who while the fire continues harangues the standers by, and confirms them in their present ignorance and superstition.