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" His fancy had a strange tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city ; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting the hosts of stars, and more than all, how steadily it rolled away... "
The Dickens Dictionary - Página 268
por Gilbert Ashville Pierce - 1872 - 573 páginas
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The Schoolmaster in Literature: Containing Selections from the Writings of ...

Hubert Marshall Skinner - 1892 - 608 páginas
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city : and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting...that he could hear them coming, count them as they paused, and lose them in the hollow distance, he would lie and watch the many-colored ring about the...
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The Schoolmaster in Literature: Containing Selections from the Writings of ...

Hubert Marshall Skinner - 1892 - 608 páginas
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city : and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting the hosts of stars — and more thau all, how steadily it rolled away to meet the sea. As it grew later in the night, and footsteps...
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Iliff's Select Readings for Public and Private Entertainment: Containing ...

John W. Iliff - 1893 - 519 páginas
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through Ihe great city ; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look reflecting...all, how steadily it rolled away to meet the sea. "Floy! What is that?" "Where, dearest?" "There! at the bottom of the bed." " There's nothing there,...
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Practical Elements of Elocution: Designed as a Text-book for the Guidance of ...

Robert Irving Fulton, Thomas Clarkson Trueblood - 1893 - 464 páginas
...river, which he knew was flowing through the great city; and now he thought how black it was, and now how deep it would look, reflecting the hosts of stars...all, how steadily it rolled away to meet the sea. — Dickens. From HAMLET. Act III, Scene 2. Hamlet. Speak the speech, I pray you, as I pronounced it...
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The Royal Readers

Thomas Nelson Publishers - 1893
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting the host of stars, — and more than all, how steadily it rolled away to meet the sea. As it grew later...
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The Writings of Charles Dickens, Volumen12

Charles Dickens - 1894
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city ; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting...that he could hear them coming, count them as they paused, and lose them in the hollow distance, he would lie and watch the many-coloured ring about the...
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The Popular Elocutionist and Reciter

Joseph Edwards Carpenter - 1894 - 564 páginas
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city ; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting...more than all, how steadily it rolled away to meet thd sea. As it grew later in the night, and footsteps in the streets becaml so rare that he could hear...
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The Complete Works of Charles Dickens: Dombey and son

Charles Dickens - 1895
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city ; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting...that he could hear them coming, count them as they paused, and lose them in the hollow distance, he would lie and watch the manycoloured ring about the...
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The English Language and Its Grammar

Irene M. Mead - 1896 - 265 páginas
...the great city ; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting the host of stars, — and more than all, how steadily it rolled away to meet the sea. 4. As it grew later in the night, and footsteps in the street became so rare that he could hear them...
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The English Language and Its Grammar

Irene M. Mead - 1896 - 265 páginas
...tendency to wander to the river, which he knew was flowing through the great city ; and now he thought how black it was, and how deep it would look, reflecting the host of stars, — and more than all, how steadily it rolled away HI meet the sea. 4. As it grew later...
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