But it was a comfort that there could be no uneasiness in a connection with anything so beatific as the radiant image of my little girl, the vision of whose angelic beauty had probably more than anything else to do with the restlessness that, before morning, made me several times rise and wander about my room to take in the whole picture
and prospect; to watch, from my open window, the faint summer dawn, to look at such portions of the rest of the house as I could catch, and to listen, while, in the fading dusk, the first birds began to twitter, for the possible recurrence of a sound or two, less natural and not without, but within, that I had fancied I heard.
The whole picture
was a flickering scheme of green gleams and shifting rusty black shadows, strangely trying to the eyes.
The whole picture
, as reflected in the glass, represents a woman of some elegance, rather too pale, and rather too sedate and serious in her moments of silence and repose--in short, a person who fails to strike the ordinary observer at first sight, but who gains in general estimation on a second, and sometimes on a third view.
I can see the whole picture
now as it appeared night after night by the light of our primitive lamp; Good tossing to and fro, his features emaciated, his eyes shining large and luminous, and jabbering nonsense by the yard; and seated on the ground by his side, her back resting against the wall of the hut, the soft-eyed, shapely Kukuana beauty, her face, weary as it was with her long vigil, animated by a look of infinite compassion--or was it something more than compassion?
Add twenty secondary groups, the waiters, male and female, running with jugs on their heads, gamblers squatting over taws, merelles,* dice, vachettes, the ardent game of tringlet, quarrels in one corner, kisses in another, and the reader will have some idea of this whole picture
, over which flickered the light of a great, flaming fire, which made a thousand huge and grotesque shadows dance over the walls of the drinking shop.
At times monstrous images are created, but the setting and the whole picture
are so truthlike and filled with details so delicate, so unexpectedly, but so artistically consistent, that the dreamer, were he an artist like Pushkin or Turgenev even, could never have invented them in the waking state.
"Oh, don't you see?" she cried; "the whole picture
is made for that-- the place is planned for it.
There was only one drawback to the beauty of the whole picture
, and that was a tall man--a very tall man--in a brown coat and bright basket buttons, and black whiskers and wavy black hair, who was seated at tea with the widow, and who it required no great penetration to discover was in a fair way of persuading her to be a widow no longer, but to confer upon him the privilege of sitting down in that bar, for and during the whole remainder of the term of his natural life.
The mystery of the future and the little clue afforded to it by the voice of the present seemed expressed in the whole picture
Sir Francis Head, an English traveler and a Governor-General of Canada, tells us that "in both the northern and southern hemispheres of the New World, Nature has not only outlined her works on a larger scale, but has painted the whole picture
with brighter and more costly colors than she used in delineating and in beautifying the Old World....
Secondly, the law ministry and elected representatives should look at the whole picture
and see what their orders can do this unprecedented move has ruined the lives of thousands of people.
Summary: Cape Town [South Africa], July 7 (ANI): Uncertain about his future at South Africa cricket team, coach Ottis Gibson said he loves his job and is waiting for the Cricket South Africa (CSA) to analyse the 'whole picture
Novel is prequel to sequel Al-Mohandes wrote; both reveal side of story to complete whole picture
of life of young life-driven, romantic male character
It's most enjoyable now, at age 63, when I can just enjoy the whole picture
of each day without any pressure from myself or others to put another animal on the wall.
But Dr Nick Scriven, president of the Society for Acute Medicine, warned the figures "don't show the whole picture
," with bed occupancy in hospitals remaining at dangerous levels.