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" I like better," replied Hilda, "to look at the bright, blue sky, roofing the edifice where the builders left it open. It is very delightful, in a breezy day, to see the masses of white cloud float over the opening, and then the sunshine fall through it... "
The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni - 274. oldal
szerző: Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1860
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Transformation: or, The romance of Monte Beni, 3. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1860
...bright, blue sky, roofing the edifice where the builders left it open. It is very delightful, in a 55—2 breezy day, to see the masses of white cloud float...the light, but only transmuting it into beautiful colours? Look at that broad, golden beam—a sloping cataract of sunlight—which comes down from the...

Transformation: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1861 - 400 oldal
...for prayers to ascend the more freely: all these things make an impression of solemnity, which St. Peter's itself fails to produce. " I think," said...the light, but only transmuting it into beautiful colours ? Look at that broad, golden beam — a sloping cataract of sunlight — which comes down from...

Walks in Rome, 2. kötet

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1871
...small, fine moss, such as grows over tombstones in damp English churchyards.' " 'Ilike better,'replied Hilda, ' to look at the bright, blue sky, roofing...genial, heavenly faces, not intercepting the light, but transmuting it into beautiful colours? Look at that broad, golden beam—a sloping cataract of sunlight—which...

Walks in Rome, 1. kötet

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1874 - 678 oldal
...delightful, in a breezy day, to see the masses of white cloud float over the opening, and THE PANTHEON. 481 then the sunshine fall through it again, fitfully,...genial, heavenly faces, not intercepting the light, but transmuting it into beautiful colours ? Look at that broad, golden beam — a sloping cataract of sunlight...

Sketches of Travel: Or, Twelve Months in Europe

Horatio King - 1878 - 398 oldal
...over the opening, and then the sunshine fall through it again, fitfully as it does now. Would it be a wonder if we were to see angels hovering there, partly...genial, heavenly faces, not intercepting the light, but transmuting it into beautiful colors? Look at that broad, golden beam — a sloping cataract of sunlight...

Walks in Rome

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1882 - 678 oldal
...-er the opening, and then the sunshine fall through it again, fitfully, as it does now. Would it he any wonder if we were to see angels hovering there, partly in and partly out, wilh genial, heavenly faces, not intercepting the light, bxit transmuting it into beautiful colours...

A Day in Ancient Rome: Being a Revision of Lohr's "Aus Dem Alten Rom" : with ...

Fr Lohr, Edgar Solomon Shumway - 1885 - 96 oldal
...an impression of solemnity, which St. Peter's itself fails to produce." " It is very delightful, on a breezy day, to see the masses of white cloud float...genial, heavenly faces, not intercepting the light, but transmuting it into beautiful colors ? Look at that broad golden beam—a sloping cataract of sunlight—which...

A Day in Ancient Rome: Being a Revision of Lohr's "Aus Dem Alten Rom"

Fr Lohr - 1885 - 96 oldal
...an impression of solemnity, which St. Peter's itself fails to produce." " It is very delightful, on a breezy day, to see the masses of white cloud float...genial, heavenly faces, not intercepting the light, but transmuting it into beautiful colors ? Look at that broad golden beam — a sloping cataract of sunlight...

The Marble Faun: Or, The Romance of Monte Beni, 2. kötet

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1890
...for prayers to ascend the more freely : all these things make an impression of solemnity, which St. Peter's itself fails to produce. " I think," said...beam — a sloping cataract of sunlight — which conies down from the aperture and rests upon the shrine, at the right hand of the entrance ! " " There...

Walks in Rome, 2. kötet

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare - 1900
...tombstones in damp English churchyards." * " I like better," replied Hilda, " to look at the bright bine sky, roofing the edifice where the builders left it...genial heavenly faces, not intercepting the light, but transmuting it into beautiful colours? Look at that broad, golden beam — a sloping cataract of sunlight...




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