The one member of the audience
who looked at her and listened to her coldly, was her elder sister.
here he beamed and blinked at the lecturer) "will excuse me when I say that they are necessarily both superficial and misleading, since they have to be graded to the comprehension of an ignorant audience
I was asked now to speak to an audience
composed of the wealth and culture of the white South, the representatives of my former masters.
A lady seated behind Francine interfered to good purpose by giving her a chair, which placed her out of sight of the audience
Armed once more with the lady's opera-glass (I borrowed it and kept it without scruple), I alone, of all that vast audience
, turned my back on the stage, and riveted my attention on the gallery stalls.
He shouted and roared and bobbed his shock of red wig until the audience
broke out in excited applause.
The blow, and the great shout from the audience
, angered him.
Professor Valentine Dorrimore, the hypnotist, had a large audience
This exhibition of feeling was variously interpreted among the audience
had been growing more and more restless and unsettled, and the faces of those that sat on the platform had been betraying greater and greater dismay and consternation.
She wished she were sitting down in the audience
with Diana and Jane, who seemed to be having a splendid time away at the back.
They grew frightened, sitting thus and facing their own apprehensions and a callous, tobacco-smoking audience
But unity both of material and of atmosphere suffers not only from the diversity among the separate plays but also from the violent intrusion of the comedy and the farce which the coarse taste of the audience
Turning toward the audience
, he pointed to the rear of the orchestra, yelling wildly at the same time:
First, this is an art well known to, and much practised by, our tragick poets, who seldom fail to prepare their audience
for the reception of their principal characters.