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" ... spirits, an elasticity of frame, which render mere existence happiness. But when moonlight is added to all this, the effect is like enchantment. Under its plastic sway the Alhambra seems to regain its pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time;... "
Entwickelungsphysiologie der Tiere - Page 425
by Hans Driesch - 1860
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The Works of Washington Irving, Volume 15

Washington Irving - 1851
...pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time ; every mouldering tint and weather-stain is gone ; the marble resumes its original whiteness ; the long...the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance, — we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale ! What a delight, at such a time, to ascend to...
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Works, Volume 15

Washington Irving - 1853
...its pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time: every mouldering tint and weather-stain is gone ; the marble resumes its original whiteness ; the long...moonbeams ; the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance,—we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale ! What a delight, at such a time, to ascend...
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A Compendium of American Literature, Chronologically Arranged: With ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - American literature - 1859 - 784 pages
...The effeet oi moonlight, too, on the Alhambra has something like enehantment. Every rent and ehasm of time, every mouldering tint and weather-stain,...the marble resumes its original whiteness, the long eolonnades brighten in the moonbeams, the halls are illuminated with a softened radianee, until the...
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The Alhambra

Washington Irving - 1861 - 425 pages
...pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time ; every mouldering tint and weather-stain is gone ; the marble resumes its original whiteness ; the long...in the moonbeams ; the halls are illuminated with a sofiened radiance, — we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale ! What a delight, at such a...
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A Compendium of English Literature: Chronologically Arranged, from Sir John ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - English literature - 1862 - 776 pages
...existence enjoyment. The effect of moonlight, too, on the Aihsuibra has something like enchantment. Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint...original whiteness, the long colonnades brighten in the mooubeams, the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance, until the whole edifice reminds one...
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Works of Washington Irving: Alhambra

Washington Irving - 1870
...pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time ; every mouldering tint and weather-stain is gone ; the marble resumes its original whiteness ; the long colonnades brighten in the moonbeams ; the halla are illuminated with a softened radiance, — we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale...
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The Metropolitan Fifth Reader: Compiled for the Use of Colleges, Academies ...

Mother Angela Gillespie - Elocution - 1871 - 450 pages
...existence enjoyment. The effect of moonlight, too, on the Alhambra, has something like enchantment. Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint...original whiteness ; the long colonnades brighten in tie moonbeams ; the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance, until the whole edifice reminds...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - Authors, American - 1881 - 304 pages
...pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint and weather-stain, is gone ; the marble resumes its original whiteness ; the long...the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance, — we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale ! " What a delight, at such a time, to ascend...
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The Alhambra. Bracebridge hall

Washington Irving - 1881
...its pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time; every mouldering tint and weather-stain is gone; the marble resumes its original whiteness ; the long...moonbeams ; the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance,—we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale ! What a delight, at such a time, to ascend...
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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - Authors, American - 1881 - 304 pages
...pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint and weather-stain, is gone ; the marble resumes its original whiteness; the long...moonbeams; the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance,—we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale! " What a delight, at such a time, to...
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