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" I had a mind to say that I did not know the way thither, and that the river-side dwellers should lead: but almost without my will my feet moved on along the road they knew. The raised way led us into a little field bounded by a backwater of the river... "
News From Nowhere
by William Morris
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 97

English literature - 1908
...of sentiment this, I think, was what went to the making of the old house. agan : My feet moved along the road they knew. The raised way led us into...we could see a cluster of small houses and barns, and before us a grey stone barn and a wall partly overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables...
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Poet Lore, Volume 5

Maurice Maeterlinck, Charlotte Endymion Porter, Helen Archibald Clarke - Literature - 1893
...new-created ; and this is his picture of an old house on the upper Thames, and of the new joy : " On the right hand we could see a cluster of small...overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables showed. We crossed the road, and again almost without my will my hand raised the latch of a door in the wall,...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 68

George Smith, Leslie Stephen, John St. Loe Strachey, Reginald John Smith - 1898
...described by William Morris in his ' News from Nowhere,' that we cannot forbear quoting a few lines : ' On the right hand we could see a cluster of small houses and bams, new and old, and before us a grey stone barn and a wall partly overgrown with ivy, over which...
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The life of William Morris, Volume 1

John William Mackail - Artists - 1899
...but to the right of the cart-road a few grey buildings of the simplest kind showed here and there. " My feet moved on along the road they knew. The raised...we could see a cluster of small houses and barns, and before us a grey stone barn and a wall partly overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables...
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William Morris: poet, craftsman, socialist

Elisabeth Luther Cary - Biography & Autobiography - 1902 - 296 pages
...but to the right of the cart-road a few grey buildings of the simplest kind showed here and there. " I had a mind to say that I did not know the way thither,...hand we could see a cluster of small houses and barns and a wall partly overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables showed. The village road ended in...
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The Changing Order: A Study of Democracy

Oscar Lovell Triggs - Art - 1905 - 300 pages
...England new-created ; and this is his picture of an old house on the upper Thames and of the new joy: "On the right hand we could see a cluster of small...overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables showed. We crossed the road, and again almost without my will my hand raised the latch of a door in the wall,...
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Putnam's Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly of Literature, Art and Life, Volume 3

Literature - 1908
...sentiment this, I think was what went to the making of the old house. And again: My feet moved along the road they knew. The raised way led us into...we could see a cluster of small houses and barns, and before us a grey stone barn and a wall partly overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables...
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At large

Arthur Christopher Benson - Essays - 1908 - 425 pages
...sentiment this, I think, was what went to the making of the old house. And again: My feet moved along the road they knew. The raised way led us into...we could see a cluster of small houses and barns, and before us a grey stone barn and a wall partly overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables...
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Putnam's Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly of Literature, Art and Life, Volume 3

Literature - 1908
...sentiment this, I think was what went to the making of the old house. And again: My feet moved along the road they knew. The raised way led us into...we could see a cluster of small houses and barns, and before us a grey stone barn and a wall partly overgrown with ivy, over which a few grey gables...
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Selected from Rossetti & Morris

...and good fellows merry about us; we feel so happy, you know.' Again I pondered silently. KELMSCOTT The raised way led us into a little field bounded...backwater of the river on one side, on the right hand we 55 could see a cluster of small houses and barns, new and old, and before us a grey stone barn and...
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