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" Seven stood upright; the rest had been dislodged from their places, probably by the zeal of some convert to Christianity, and lay, some prostrate near their former site, and others on the side of the hill. One large stone only had found its way to the... "
Ivanhoe - Page 5
by Walter Scott - 1923 - 514 pages
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Scott's Ivanhoe

Walter Scott - 1899 - 504 pages
...prostrate near their former site, and others on the side of the hill. One large stone only had found its way to the bottom, and in stopping the course...rustic character which belonged to the woodlands of the West Riding 2 of Yorkshire at that early period. TV fMp*t. "f these men had a stern, savage, and wild...
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Literature in the Century

Alban Bertram De Mille - 1902 - 546 pages
...prostrate near their former site, and others on the side of the hill. One large stone only had found its way to the bottom, and in stopping the course...small brook which glided smoothly round the foot of an eminence, gave, by its opposition, a feeble voice of murmur to the placid and elsewhere silent streamlet."...
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Die Rolle des Erzählers in der Epik, Volume 7

Käte Friedemann - 1910 - 264 pages
...spielen. So erzählt z. B. Scott im „Ivanhoe" (S. 4), nachdem er zuvor die Landschaft geschildert : „The human figures which completed this landscape,...their dress and appearance of that wild and rustic charakter which belonged to the woodlands of the West-Riding of Yorkshire of that early period. The...
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Scott's Ivanhoe

Walter Scott - 1897 - 596 pages
...prostrate near their former site, and others on the side of the hill. One large stone only had found its way to the bottom, and in stopping the course...which belonged to the woodlands of the West-Riding 2 of Yorkshire at that early period. The eldest of these men had a stern, savage, and wild aspect....
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The Prose of Things: Transformations of Description in the Eighteenth Century

Cynthia Wall - 2006 - 331 pages
...interrupted in its course by some fallen druidical stones, the opposition to its course only gives "a feeble voice of murmur to the placid and elsewhere silent streamlet." He concludes: "[O]ur author is penetrated with the characteristic aspect and spirit of the objects...
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Fluent English I: I[-III, Volume 1

Louis Le Baut - 1959 - 358 pages
...there they illuminated, in brilliant patches, the portions of turf to which they made their way. 15 The human figures which completed this landscape were...rustic character which belonged to the woodlands of the West Riding of Yorkshire at that early period. (One of these men was Gurth, a swineherd, and the other...
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Untersuchungen zur neuren Sprach- und Literaturgeschichte, Volumes 7-8

1910 - 588 pages
...spielen. So erzählt z. B. Scott im „Ivanhoe" (S. 4), nachdem er zuvor die Landschaft geschildert: „The human figures which completed this landscape,...their dress and appearance of that wild and rustic Charakter which belonged to the woodlands of the West-Riding of Yorkshire of that early period. The...
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