“Sometimes the sun struck the road, and then it was absolutely hot; then one entered unsunned gorges where the snow lay deep, and the crowded pines made dark twilight, and the river roared under ice bridges fringed by icicles.”
“In most of our great cities the homes of the workingmen are shockingly unwholesome; unsunned, badly drained, overcrowded.”
“Presently after, he sat on one side of his own hearth, with Mr. Guest, his head clerk, upon the other, and midway between, at a nicely calculated distance from the fire, a bottle of a particular old wine that had long dwelt unsunned in the foundations of his house.”
“Clouds boiling up from below drifted at times across the mountain fronts, or lay like snow masses in the unsunned chasms: and over the grey crags and piled up pinnacles, and glorified green of the marvellous vision, lay a veil of thin blue haze, steeping the whole in a serenity which seemed hardly to belong to earth.”
“But never yet could find a spot unsunned by human kindness;”
“The chain of mosaics she had on at that moment displaced itself at every step, and he was peering with malignant, searching eagerness to see if an unsunned ring of fairer hue than the rest of the surface, or any less easily explained peculiarity, were hidden by her ornaments.”
“Think of him, I say, and of the concentrated gaze of good society through its thousand eyes, all confluent, as it were, in one great burning-glass of ice that shrivels its wretched object in fiery torture, itself cold as the glacier of an unsunned cavern!”
“Is it quite fair to take advantage of a generous, trusting impulse to read the unsunned depths of”
“There is a great hollow under your feet, -- a huge unsunned cavern.”
“He thought of her as he stretched her lifeless form upon the bank, and looked for one brief moment on her unsunned loveliness, -- "a sight to dream of, not to tell.”
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