I think how she would panic when she felt herself
paralyzed, unable to make her legs swing from the bed to the floor or her arm reach for the phone, as she hears the click of the doorknob and recognizes, even though she is in silhouette in the doorway, the person she fired that morning.
She says in her witness statement that she felt herself
caught up in a sensitive situation and moved away from the conversation," said Mr Broughton.
That was the sort of person Jill was, bringing people's spirits up never mind how she felt herself
For the record I thought Pink looked fabulous and the dress was very elegant, even if she felt herself
that perhaps it "didn't photograph as well as it did in my kitchen".
The illegitimate daughter of an often callous mother, Violette also felt herself
to be an object of some scorn because of her looks (picture a glum and deglamorized version of Kate Winslet).
She says she struggled without benefit, and felt herself
falling back into depression so much so her GP got her put on Employment Support Alliance because he was worried about her.
ELSA felt herself
being lifted onto a stretcher and the corridors of the hospital sliding past.
John Hirst: "Rachel felt herself
surrounded, like a child at a party, by the faces of strangers all hostile to her, with hooked noses and sneering, indifferent eyes" (155).
Anne-Marie felt herself
getting close to him again and wanted more so she started to play hard to get.
However unfitted she was, or felt herself
to he, for her post she was at Court during major events of the reign: the King's first illness, the Hastings trial and the attempted assassination of the King.
A woman, a supposed sinner and a non-Jew, she probably felt herself
to be a prisoner, walled in by several layers of prejudice, resentment and suspicion.
But Ivy knows why--for in the moments after the crash she felt herself
lifted up by Tristan as an angel--an angel who gave her the kiss of life so saving her.
The journalist said she felt herself
as if she were a sultan in the Turkish bath, and described Istanbul as a city with thousands of mosques.
she felt herself
flare & then dim, & then waited
Robbed of her identity, the forgotten grandmother becomes the ideal touchstone for a woman who felt herself
"lost at sea" after her divorce, swimming into an existential void.