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" His head was turned toward the door of the tent. He seemed to be listening for some expected sound. It was evident that he had not heard her question. She followed the direction of his eyes. The sight of the great city, half brightened, half darkened,... "
Antonina; or, The fall of Rome - Page 178
by William Wilkie Collins - 1861 - 420 pages
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Antonina: or, The fall of Rome. A romance of the fifth century, Volume 2

Wilkie Collins - Goths - 1850
...she interrupted, rising to her feet, and looking anxiously into his face. But he gave her no answer. His head was turned towards the door of the tent....You have not forgotten what I said to you last night ? My father's name is Numerian. He lives on the Pincian Mount. You will save him, Hermanric — you...
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Florence Sackville: Or Self-dependence. An Autobiography

E. J. Burbury - 1852 - 184 pages
...expected sound. It was evident that he had not heard her question. She followed the direction of bn eyes. The sight of the great city, half brightened, half darkened, as its myriad buildings nv lected the light of the sun, or retained the *a»dows of the clouds, brought back to her nzDes>...
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Antonina, Or Fall of Rome

Wilkie Collins - Goths - 1898 - 438 pages
...her feet and looking anxiously into his face. But he spoke not in reply. His head was turned toward the door of the tent. He seemed to be listening for...have not forgotten what I said to you last night? My father's name is Numerian. He lives on the Pincian Mount. You will save him, Hermanric—you will...
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