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" We have noticed that there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume, artfully adopted perhaps for the purpose of adding to the effect of her spells and predictions, or perhaps from some traditional... "
Guy Mannering: Or, The Astrologer - Страница 123
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Baynham's Elocution, select readings

George Walter Baynham - 1883
...horseback ; and her tall figure, relieved against the clear blue sky, seemed almost of supernatural height. She had a large piece of red cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban, from beneath which her dark eyes flashed with uncommon lustre. Her long and tangled black...

English Prose: Selections, Том 5

Sir Henry Craik - 1896
...almost of supernatural stature. We have noticed that there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume,...cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban, from beneath which her dark eyes flashed with uncommon lustre. Her long and tangled black...

Waverley Or 'Tis Sixty Years Since

Walter Scott - 1898 - 484 страници
...almost of supernatural stature. We have noticed that there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume,...cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban, from beneath which her dark eyes flashed with uncommon luster. Her long and tangled black...

The Literary Reading Book: Containing Specimens of Poetry and Prose ..., Част 2

C. van Tiel, M. G. van Neck - 1900
...seemed almost of supernatural stature. We have noticed there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume,...dress of her ancestors. On this occasion, she had a 1) A half-witted gypsy. large piece of red cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban,...

The Waverley Novels...

Sir Walter Scott - 1907
...her mode of adj usting it, somewhat of a foreign costume, artfully adopted perhaps for the purpose6 of adding to the effect of her spells and predictions,...cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban, from beneath which her dark eyes flashed with uncommon lustre. Her long and tangled black...

Guy Mannering

Sir Walter Scott - 1923
...almost of supernatural stature. We have noticed that there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume,...cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban, from beneath which her dark eyes flashed with uncommon lustre. Her long and tangled black...

The Forms of Historical Fiction: Sir Walter Scott and His Successors

Harry E. Shaw - 1983 - 257 страници
...circumstantiality of detail" (MPW XVIII, 100). We have noticed that there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume,...traditional notions respecting the dress of her ancestors, [p. 49; ch. 8] As we attempt to use these hypotheses to explain Meg's mode of dress, we find ourselves...
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Go Down, Moses

Nancy Dew Taylor, William Faulkner - 1994 - 268 страници
...Milledge 86-93). In Sir Walter Scott's Guy Mannering (1:141) Meg Merrilies, queen of her tribe (who "had a large piece of red cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban"), lashes out at Bertram, who runs the gypsies off his land, by saying: "This day ye have...
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Collected Literary Essays Classical and Modern

...almost of supernatural stature. We have noticed that there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume,...cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban, from beneath which her dark eyes flashed with uncommon lustre. Her long and tangled black...
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The Novels and Poems of Sir Walter Scott: Guy Mannering

Walter Scott - 1892
...almost of supernatural stature. We have noticed that there was in her general attire, or rather in her mode of adjusting it, somewhat of a foreign costume,...cotton cloth rolled about her head in the form of a turban, from beneath which her dark eyes flashed with uncommon lustre. Her long and tangled black...




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