I doen't know, you see
, but maybe she believed - or hoped - he had drifted out to them parts, where the flowers is always a-blowing, and the country bright.
Then he saw a Giant approaching, dragging a sledge loaded with wood, and making straight for him, so that he could see
nothing for it but to lie down just where he was.
Then let your worship lead the way," said Sancho, "perhaps it may be so; though I see
it with my eyes and touch it with my hands, I'll believe it as much as I believe it is daylight now.
Fine hospitality," said I, "to a man who has travelled innumerable years to see
By eight o'clock a number of boys and unemployed men had already started for the common to see
the "dead men from Mars.
His first care was to see
what course they were taking.
It is a hard thing for the living to see
these places, for between us and them there are great and terrible waters, and there is Oceanus, which no man can cross on foot, but he must have a good ship to take him.
It had been settled in the evening between the aunt and the niece, that such a striking civility as Miss Darcy's in coming to see
them on the very day of her arrival at Pemberley, for she had reached it only to a late breakfast, ought to be imitated, though it could not be equalled, by some exertion of politeness on their side; and, consequently, that it would be highly expedient to wait on her at Pemberley the following morning.
From his room he could see
all round the neighbourhood, but the two places that interested him most were Mercy Farm and Diana's Grove.
Fundevogel and Lina loved each other so dearly that when they did not see
each other they were sad.
This is the picture you see
spread far below you, with distance to soften it, the sun to glorify it, strong contrasts to heighten the effects, and over it and about it a drowsing air of repose to spiritualize it and make it seem rather a beautiful estray from the mysterious worlds we visit in dreams than a substantial tenant of our coarse, dull globe.
It was a strange thing that in this chaos, in which Athos distinguished raised arms, in which he heard cries, sobs, and groans, he did not see
one human figure.