Instead of looking up at us in her usual straightforward way, she sat close at the table, and kept her eyes fixed obstinately on an open book
No longer was there a single jungle spoor but was an open book
to the keen eyes of the lad, and those other indefinite spoor that elude the senses of civilized man and are only partially appreciable to his savage cousin came to be familiar friends of the eager boy.
The day was damp, and they were not going to walk out, so they both went up to their sitting-room; and there Celia observed that Dorothea, instead of settling down with her usual diligent interest to some occupation, simply leaned her elbow on an open book
and looked out of the window at the great cedar silvered with the damp.
On the surface of the ground or through the swaying branches of the trees the spoor of man or beast was an open book
to the ape-man, but even his acute senses were baffled by the spoorless trail of the airship.
The boy was sitting with his elbows on the table, and his head leaning on his hands, and before him an open book
, on which his tears were falling fast.
She could not speak because of the music, and, though she held an open book
in her hand, she could not read and watch simultaneously.
What checked him at the crucial moment was the familiar, harmless aspect of common things, the steady light, the open book
on the table, the solitude, the peace, the home-like effect of the place.
There were several of these revolving bookcases standing here and there about the library; on one of them stood the two cups of coffee, and on another a large open book
In the Major's study and den of curios they came suddenly on a third party, silk-hatted and dressed for the street, who was poring over an open book
on the smoking-table--a book which he dropped rather guiltily, and turned.
Let me get on my considering cap, sir,' replied that gentleman, turning the open book
He observed an open book
on the table, Madam Bovary, and requested the leave of the lady of the house to take it with him.
He knew the way of the fishes and oysters, and the reef was an open book