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" Eblis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and regular features seemed to have been tarnished by malignant vapours. In his large eyes appeared both pride and despair. His flowing hair retained some resemblance to that of an angel of light. "
Archiv für das Studium der neueren Sprachen und Literaturen - Page 118
1903
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Vathek, by W. Beckford. [Tr. by S. Henley. Followed by] The castle of ...

William Beckford, Horace Walpole (4th earl of Orford.) - 1834
...the ascent of a lofty eminence ; on the top of which, upon a globe of fire, sat the formidable Eblis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and...of light. In his hand, which thunder had blasted, he swayed the iron sceptre, that causes the monster Ouranbad, the afrits, and all the powers of the...
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Italy: With Sketches of Spain and Portugal

William Beckford - Italy - 1834 - 465 pages
...the ascent of a lofty eminence ; on the top of which, upon a globe of fire, sat the formidable Eblis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and...of light. In his hand, which thunder had blasted, he swayed the iron sceptre, that causes the monster Ouranbad, the afrits, and all the powers of the...
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Travels in Luristan and Arabistan, Volume 1

C. A. Baron De Bode - Arabistan (Iran) - 1845
...the ascent of a lofty eminence, on the top of which, upon a ghle of fire, sat the formidable Ellis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and...of light. In his hand, which thunder had blasted, he swayed the iron sceptre that causes the monster Ouranabad, the afrits, and all the powers of the...
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Travels in Luristan and Arabistan, Volume 1

C. A. De Bode (Baron.) - Iran - 1845
...the ascent of a lofty eminence, on the top of which, upon a globe of fire, sat the formidable Eblis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and...flowing hair retained some resemblance to that of an augel of light. In his hand, which thunder had blasted, he swayed the iron sceptre that causes the...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight

Half hours - 1847
...the ascent of a lofty eminence, on the top of which, upon a globe of fire, sat the formidable Eblis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and...seemed to have been tarnished by malignant vapours. lu his large eyes appeared both pride and despair ; his flowing hair retained some resemblance to that...
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Vathek: An Arabian Tale ; with a Memoir of the Author and Notes Critical and ...

William Beckford - 1854 - 180 pages
...the ascent of a lofty eminence ; on the top of which, upon a globe of fire, sat the formidable Eblis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and...features seemed to have been tarnished by malignant vapors. In his large eyes appeared both pride and despair ; his flowing hair retained some resemblance...
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight

Half hours - 1856
...the ascent of a lofty eminence, on the top of which, upon a globe of fire, sat the formidable Eblis. His person was that of a young man, whose noble and...of light. In his hand, which thunder had blasted, he swayed the iron sceptre that causes the monster Ouranabad, the Afrits, and all the powers of the...
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Tait's Edinburgh magazine

William Tait - 1858
...captivated me. I could now imagine that I beheld Ebilis in person, Described as a young man whose nuble and regular features seemed to have been tarnished by malignant vapours, in whose large eyes appeared both pride and despair, while his flowing hair retained some resemblance...
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Australian sketches: The gold discovery, Bush graves, &c., &c

Thomas M'Combie - History - 1861 - 219 pages
...the conception had captivated me. I could now imagine that I beheld Ebilis in person, described as a young man whose noble and regular• features seemed to have been tarnished by malignant vapours, in whose large eyes appeared both pride and despair, while his flowing hair retained some resemblance...
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