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" Through the heavy door whose bronze network closes the place of his rest, let us enter the church itself. It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for some moments before the form of the building can be traced; and then... "
Familiar Allusions: a Hand-book of Miscellaneous Information - الصفحة 443
بواسطة William Adolphus Wheeler - 1882 - عدد الصفحات: 584
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Selections and Essays

John Ruskin - 1918 - عدد الصفحات: 423
...bronze network closes the place of his rest, let us" enter the church itself. It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...shadowy aisles By many pillars. Round the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars; and here and there a ray...
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English Study and English Writing

Henry Adelbert White - 1922 - عدد الصفحات: 336
...prostrate with a crash. — STEVENSON. 11. Let us enter the church itself. It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...; and then there opens before us a vast cave, hewn into the form of a cross, and divided into shadowy aisles by many pillars. Round the domes of its roof...
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Canadian Travellers in Italy

Barry Callaghan - 1989 - عدد الصفحات: 262
...Ruskin's evocation of the interior of St. Mark's in The Stones of Venice: It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...shadowy aisles by many pillars. Round the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars; and here and there a ray...
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Venetian Colour: Marble, Mosaic, Painting and Glass, 1250-1550

Paul Hills - 1999 - عدد الصفحات: 247
...40 and 41). He evoked the impression of the interior upon hrst entering: It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...shadowy aisles by many pillars. Round the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars; and 4•: Yin M.itvo. n.ivf...
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Ruskin's God

Michael Wheeler - 1999 - عدد الصفحات: 302
...die altars to which nineteendi-century Venetians turn their gaze. The church is 'lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...Cross, and divided into shadowy aisles by many pillars' (10.88). Ruskin's main theme is the saving message of the mosaics of St Mark's - the 'mystery of the...
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Seeing Europe with Famous Authors: Volum

Francis Halsey - 2006 - عدد الصفحات: 208
...angels look down upon it continually, . . . Let us enter the church itself. It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...cross, and divided into shadowy aisles by many pillars. Eaund the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars; and here...
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The Stones of Venice -: The Sea Stories

John Ruskin - 2013 - عدد الصفحات: 452
...bronze network closes the place of his rest, let us enter the church itself. It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...shadowy aisles by many pillars. Round the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars; and here and there a ray...
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The Brochure Series of Architectural Illustration, المجلد 7

1901
...scenes from the Old Testament. " Entering the church itself," writes Ruskin, "one is lost in a deep twilight to which the eye must be accustomed for some...shadowy aisles by many pillars. Round the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars; and here and there a ray...
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supplement to a manual of french composition

...door, whose bronze network closes the tomb, let us enter the church itself. It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...shadowy aisles by many pillars. Round the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars ; and here and there a ray...
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The World of Man: Prose Passages, Chiefly from the Works of the Great ...

Lionel John Cheney - 1933 - عدد الصفحات: 313
...bronze network closes the place of his rest, let us enter the church itself. It is lost in still deeper twilight, to which the eye must be accustomed for...shadowy aisles by many pillars. Round the domes of its roof the light enters only through narrow apertures like large stars; and here and there a ray...
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