The stars in the sky were intensely
bright and seemed to me to twinkle very little.
And the lovers yearned to behold that green earth again, more intensely
It is so intensely
and deliberately didactic, and its subject is esteemed so dry, that I delight in throwing it at the heads of the wiseacres who repeat the parrot cry that art should never be didactic.
But the majority of people are so intensely
lazy and timid, that they prefer to encourage the imposition by giving in to it rather than put an end to it by the exertion of a little firmness.
Yet I cannot say that it was a passion of mine like Don Quixote, or the other books that I had loved intensely
But the love which accepts the meanest crumbs of comfort that can be thrown to it--which fawns and grovels and deliberately deceives itself, in its own intensely
selfish interests--was the love that burned in Francine's breast.
The day being intensely
hot, and the sun shining in its strength, the Traveler stopped to rest, and sought shelter from the heat under the Shadow of the Ass.
I go no further than a conviction that the living are sometimes seen where they are not, but have been--where they have lived so long, perhaps so intensely
, as to have left their impress on everything about them.
At the end of three working years, two of which were spent in high school and the university and one spent at writing, and all three in studying immensely and intensely
, I was publishing stories in magazines such as the "Atlantic Monthly," was correcting proofs of my first book (issued by Houghton, Mifflin Co.
If she hated him so intensely
that she would rather write that note on the blackboard than sit with him, what use was it to sigh like a furnace longer for her?
At first, therefore, he spent nearly a year in London in apparent idleness, an intensely
interested though detached spectator of the city life, but more especially absorbed in his mystical consciousness of its underlying current of spiritual being.
But his fine days are the best for stopping at home, to read, to think, to muse--even to dream; in fact to live fully, intensely
and quietly, in the brightness of comprehension, in that receptive glow of the mind, the gift of the clear, luminous and serene weather.
I wish he were worthy of all this care
Not so much from what her mother told her, as from the fact that it was Konstantin's brother, this pair suddenly seemed to Kitty intensely
And now Mr Thomas Codlin, the misanthrope, after blowing away at the Pan's pipes until he was intensely
wretched, took his station on one side of the checked drapery which concealed the mover of the figures, and putting his hands in his pockets prepared to reply to all questions and remarks of Punch, and to make a dismal feint of being his most intimate private friend, of believing in him to the fullest and most unlimited extent, of knowing that he enjoyed day and night a merry and glorious existence in that temple, and that he was at all times and under every circumstance the same intelligent and joyful person that the spectators then beheld him.