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" Durdles, waving his lantern, shows the dim angels' heads upon the corbels of the roof, seeming to watch their progress. Anon, they turn into narrower and steeper staircases, and the night air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw... "
In Kent with Charles Dickens - Pagina 52
di Thomas Frost - 1880 - 312 pagine
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The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Charles Dickens - 1870
...narrower and steeper staircases, and the night air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedes the heavy...their heads. At last, leaving their light behind a stair—for it blows fresh up here—they look down on Cloisterham, fair to see in the moonlight: its...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 147

1870
...confined space, and the eating down of dust and straw upon their heads. At last, leaving their light upon a stair — for it blows fresh up here — they look...ruined habitations and sanctuaries of the dead at the tower base: its moss-softened red-tiled roofs, and red brick houses of the living, clustered beyond...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 147

1870
...night air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedee the heavy beating of wings in a confined space, and the beating down of dust and straw upon their heads. At last, leaving their light upon a stair — for it blows fresh up here —...
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CHARLES DICKENS

PART SECOND OF THE Mystery of Edwin Drood. - 1873
...narrower and steeper staircases, and the night air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedes the heavy...— for it blows fresh up here — they look down on Cldisterham, fair to see in the moonlight : its ruined habitations and sanctuaries of the dead, at...
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The mystery of Edwin Drood and other stories

Charles Dickens - 1874
...narrower and steeper staircases, and the night air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedes the heavy...their heads. At last, leaving their light behind a stair—for it blows fresh up here—they look down on Cloisterham, fair to see in the moonlight :...
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Mystery of Edwin Drood

Charles Dickens - 1881 - 1051 pagine
...narrower and steeper staircases, and the night air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedes the heavy...At last, leaving their light behind a stair — for it'blows fresh up here — they look down on Cloisterham, fair to see in the moonlight; its ruined...
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Pictures from Italy: And American Notes for General Circulation

Charles Dickens - 1884 - 477 pagine
...narrower and steeper staircases, and the night-air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedes the heavy...ruined habitations and sanctuaries of the dead, at the towers base : its moss-softened red-tiled roofs and red-brick houses of the living, clustered beyond:...
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The Writings of Charles Dickens, Volume 9

Charles Dickens - 1894
...narrower and steeper staircases, and the night air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedes the heavy...for it blows fresh up here, — they look down on (Jloisterham, fair to see in the moonlight ; its ruined habitations and sanctuaries of the dead, at...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 33

Charles Dickens - 1899
...narrower and steeper staircases, and the night-air begins to blow upon them, and the chirp of some startled jackdaw or frightened rook precedes the heavy beating of wings in a confmed space, and the beating down of dust and straws upon their heads. At last, leaving their light...
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The Murder of Edwin Drood Recounted by John Jasper: Being an Attempted ...

Theodore Carden - 1920 - 125 pagine
...it. Then they go up the winding staircase of the great tower, and at last they look down on Rochester fair to see in the moonlight ; its ruined habitations and sanctuaries of the dead at the tower's base. Jasper (always moving softly with no visible reason) contemplates especially that stillest part which...
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