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  • The open doors of the lodges sent out as much smoke as fireshine.


  • Then, when they were tired, they sat down on the rug before the grate in the parlor, lighted only by the soft fireshine and perfumed deliciously by Miss Lavendar's open rose-jar on the mantel.

    Anne of Avonlea

  • Marilla looked at her with a tenderness that would never have been suffered to reveal itself in any clearer light than that soft mingling of fireshine and shadow.

    Anne of Green Gables

  • I bore my treasures off to the dining room, shut the door, and began my experiment in the hottest flare of the fireshine.

    When Grandmamma Was New The Story of a Virginia Childhood

  • Even within sumptuous fireshine the black cloth taxed sight; and Marie paused sometimes to curtain her eyes with her hand, but Antonia worked on with

    The Lady of Fort St. John

  • Miss Bezac's new trencher and bread knife were on the table too, with a loaf of Mr.. Olyphant's bread; and the fireshine gleamed on Mr. Alcott's saltcellars, and on the Mignonette tea service.

    Say and Seal, Volume II

  • Steadily and swiftly Rupert and Dolly passed on; saw these things without stopping to look at them, but yet saw them so that in all after-life those peculiar effects of light and shade, fireshine and moonlight, Italian fruits and vegetables, and fish coloured by the one or the other illumination, were never lost from memory.

    The End of a Coil

  • The daughter, not comely, but sensible-looking, sat in the glow of the fireshine, doing nothing.



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