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" vain to turn away from that withering glance. The mummy's eyes still pursued him with their ghastly brightness; they seemed to possess the fabled fascination of those of the rattle-snake, and though he shrank from their gaze, they still glared horribly... "
The Mummy!: A Tale of the Twenty-second Century - Page 219
by Mrs. Loudon (Jane) - 1828
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Return from the Dead: Classic Mummy Stories

David Stuart Davies - Fiction - 2004 - 273 pages
...fixed on those of Edric, shining with supernatural lustre. In vain Edric attempted to rouse himself; in vain to turn away from that withering glance. The...remained fixed, chained, and immoveable, his eyes still riveted upon those of the mummy, and every thought absorbed in horror. Another fearful peal of thunder...
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Return from the Dead: Classic Mummy Stories

David Stuart Davies - Fiction - 2004 - 273 pages
...fixed on those of Edric, shining with supernatural lustre. In vain Edric attempted to rouse himself; in vain to turn away from that withering glance. The...remained fixed, chained, and immoveable, his eyes still riveted upon those of the mummy, and every thought absorbed in horror. Another fearful peal of thunder...
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