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These, however, were only the exceptions required to prove the rule that the sparrows in the plane-tree behind the house, and the echoes in the corner before it, had their own way from Sunday morning unto Saturday night.
The visit to Echo Lodge was not the least pleasant of many pleasant holiday outings.
I had joined the party, and had a moment's leisure to examine them before the echo of Ethan's blast returned from the hill.
And these--the dreams--writhed in and about taking hue from the rooms, and causing the wild music of the orchestra to seem as the echo of their steps.
We distressed ourselves very little about the astonishing echo the guide talked so much about.
Brooke himself was not in a position to be quickly conscious of anything except a general slipping away of ideas within himself: he had even a little singing in the ears, and he was the only person who had not yet taken distinct account of the echo or discerned the image of himself.
Echoes! Daylight could not escape the shock of the phrase--echoes had come down to them of the fight into which he had flung all his
He tried it; but in the darkness the distant echoes sounded so hideously that he tried it no more.
what art thou, that darest to echo my words in a tone like that of the night-raven?