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" A moment, and my eyes, becoming more accustomed to the darkness, begin to distinguish outlines; the gleaming object defines itself gradually as a foot, an immense golden foot, and I perceive the hem of a golden robe undulating over the instep. Now the... "
Glimpses of unfamiliar Japan - Page 81
by Lafcadio Hearn - 1894
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 1

George H. Warner - Literature - 1902
...altar, into the interior of the temple, into some very lofty darkness. I follow him cautiously a while, discerning nothing whatever but the flicker of the...overhead, ropes are dangling down into the circle of lantern light illuminating the golden feet. The priest lights two more lanterns, and suspends them...
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Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern, Volume 12

Charles Dudley Warner, Hamilton Wright Mabie, Lucia Isabella Gilbert Runkle, George Henry Warner - Literature - 1902
...becoming more accustomed to the darkness, begin to distinguish outlines; the gleaming object demies itself gradually as a foot, an immense golden foot,...overhead, ropes are dangling down into the circle of lantern light illuminating the golden feet. The priest lights two more lanterns, and suspends them...
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Japanese Art

Sadakichi Hartmann - Art - 1903 - 278 pages
...those colossal golden images in his " Pilgrimage to Enoshima." " I follow the old priest cautiously, discerning nothing whatever but the flicker of the...standing. I can perceive that we are in a narrow, but very lofty, chamber, and that out of some mysterious blackness overhead, ropes are dangling down into...
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the story of the japanese people especially of their educatonal development

james a. b scerer - 1905
...accustomed to the darkness, begin to distinguish outlines; the gleaming object defines itself as a foot, and I perceive the hem of a golden robe undulating...overhead ropes are dangling down into the circle of lantern light illuminating the golden feet. The priest lights two more lanterns, and suspends them...
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Young Japan; the Story of the Japanese People, and Especially of Their ...

James Augustin Brown Scherer - Japan - 1905 - 324 pages
...accustomed to the darkness, begin to distinguish outlines; the gleaming object defines itself as a foot, and I perceive the hem of a golden robe undulating...overhead ropes are dangling down into the circle of lantern light illuminating the golden feet. The priest lights two more lanterns, and suspends them...
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