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" If there is emotion here it is of a different kind. The building has a stately and severe dignity ; it is at once grave and elegant, but it is neither amusing as Gothic architecture often is by its variety, nor astonishing as Gothic buildings are by the... "
Paris in Old and Present Times: With Especial Reference to Changes in Its ... - Page 144
by Philip Gilbert Hamerton - 1885 - 238 pages
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Paris as seen and described by famous writers

Esther Singleton - History - 1900 - 397 pages
...; it is at once grave and elegant, but it is neither amusing as Gothic architecture often is by its variety, nor astonishing as Gothic buildings are by...rising in the middle. There are no visible windows, an enunciation that adds immensely to the severity and gravity of the composition, while it enhances...
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Paris in its splendour, Volume 1

Eustace Alfred Reynolds-Ball - Paris (France) - 1900
...building has a stately and severe dignity ; it is neither amusing as Gothic architecture often is by its variety nor astonishing as Gothic buildings are by...boldness with which they seem to contravene the ordinary condition of matter. " The absence of any visible windows adds immensely to the severity and gravity...
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Paris in Its Splendor, Volume 2

Eustace Alfred Reynolds-Ball - Paris (France) - 1900
...building has a stately and severe dignity; it is neither amusing as Gothic architecture often is by its variety nor astonishing as Gothic buildings are by...boldness with which they seem to contravene the ordinary condition of matter. " The absence of any visible windows adds immensely to the severity and gravity...
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