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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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Washington Irving

Charles Dudley Warner - Authors, American - 1882 - 304 pages
...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...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 life of Washington Irving

Washington Irving - 1882
...has something like enchantment. Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint and weather stain disappears; the marble. resumes its original whiteness ; the long colonnades brighten in the moon beams ; the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance, until the whole edifice reminds one...
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Irving's Works, Volume 1

Washington Irving - 1884
...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 1 What a delight, at such a time, to ascend to...
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The Alhambra

Washington Irving - Spain - 1886 - 212 pages
...has something like enchantment. Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint and weather stain disappears; the marble resumes its original whiteness; the long colonnades brighten in the moon beams: the halls are illuminated with a softened radiance, until the whole edifice remmds one...
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Selections from Washington Irving

Washington Irving - Readers - 1894 - 383 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 to...
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Four Famous American Writers: Washington Irving, Edgar Allan Poe, James ...

Sherwin Cody - Authors, American - 1899 - 256 pages
...its pristine glories. Every rent and chasm of time ; every moldering tint and weather-stain is gone; the marble resumes its original whiteness ; the long...in the moonbeams; the halls are illuminated with a soft64 ened radiance — we tread the enchanted palace of an Arabian tale ! " When one may journey...
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Gems of Genius in Poetry and Art: From the Kings and Queens of Thought : and ...

Frederick Saunders, Minnie K. Davis - American poetry - 1888 - 743 pages
...Alhauibrahas something like enchantment. Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint and weather stain disappears ; the marble resumes its original whiteness...long colonnades brighten in the moonbeams; the halls arc illumined with a softened radiance, until the whole edifice reminds one of the enchanted palace...
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Interpretive Reading

Cora Marsland - Readers - 1902 - 245 pages
...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...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 the...
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Impressions of Spain

Albert Frederick Calvert - Spain - 1903 - 344 pages
...which, amid the glare of noon, its courts and bowers are strangers. At that hour, as Irving tells us, " Every rent and chasm of time, every mouldering tint...colonnades brighten in the moonbeams: the halls are illumined with a softened radiance, until the whole edifice reminds one of the enchanted palace of...
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The Complete Writings of Charles Dudley Warner, Volume 9

Charles Dudley Warner - 1904
...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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