viewed him for an instant, and then, with screams of terror, the children turned and fled toward the village.
The invalid's eye
remained fixed, by which expression he intended to intimate that his resolution was unalterable.
There was the same instant of unthinkable cold and utter darkness that I had experienced twenty years before, and then I opened my eyes
in another world, beneath the burning rays of a hot sun, which beat through a tiny opening in the dome of the mighty forest in which I lay.
She turned her head towards the point whence this call proceeded, her brilliant eyes
rested on Phoebus, and she stopped short.
that dew was, it may be, the first tears that had ever fallen from the eyes
The Shaggy Man also had his eyes
closed, but marched straight ahead, nevertheless, and after he had taken one hundred steps, by actual count, he stopped and said:
The giant followed docilely, his eyes
roving about the room--the pitiful questioning still upon his handsome features.
She was a pale, ethereal creature, with wide, spiritual blue eyes
and a wealth of golden hair.
And while the trained-nurse-apparelled young woman seated Dag Daughtry in the enamelled surgeon's chair and leaned him back under direction, and while Doctor Emory dipped his finger-tips into the strongest antiseptic his office possessed, behind Doctor Emory's eyes
, in the midst of his brain, burned the image of a desired Irish terrier who did turns in sailor-town cabarets, was rough-coated, and answered to the full name of Killeny Boy.
His lost eye
and his scarred muzzle bore evidence to the nature of his experience.
Many patterns of carpet lay rolled out before them on the floor--two of Brussels showed the beginning of their quest, and its ending in that direction; while a score of ingrains lured their eyes
and prolonged the debate between desire pocket-book.
And Polly's eye
glanced at Sydney, who was in front with Fan.