He saw dozens of obscure works he had never heard of, but he also saw plenty he recognized...
Dan Brown -- Angels & Demons
Her English was obscured by a thick accent but was understandable.
Robert Ludlum -- The Bourne Supremacy
...a woman dressed all in black, her face obscured by a hat and veil.
Henry H. Neff -- The Fiend And The Forge
an obscure tribe in a backwater of West Asia
Yann Martel -- Life of Pi
His photographs were available for study and dissection, but his personal life remained obscure.
Nora Roberts -- Summer Pleasures
Auden wasn’t like Frost, she’d say, or Whitman. He was a bit more obscure, and if someone knew of him, then I could be at least somewhat sure they were worth my time and energy, capable of being my intellectual equal.
Sarah Dessen -- Along for the Ride
He stops so abruptly a cloud of dust temporarily obscures his feet.
Sara Gruen -- Water for Elephants
A bus comes lurching around the curve, obscuring her view.
Julia Alvarez -- How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents
When a child, I have played games with a blindfold obscuring my vision.
Margaret Atwood -- Alias Grace
who stood at home plate, his features partially obscured behind several microphones.
W. William Winokur -- The Perfect Game
Low clouds obscured the sun and a light, constant drizzle made everything look blurred.
P.C. Cast & Kristin Cast -- Betrayed
And he saw everything, collected movie posters and ... could recite the filmographies of the obscurest directors
Don DeLillo -- Underworld
Dragon Army will not be an obscure name now.
Orson Scott Card -- Ender’s Game
Your expeditions often take you into obscure regions.
Christopher Paolini -- Eragon
He spoke the words with a bitter pleasure, as if the situation satisfied him in some obscure way.
Cassandra Clare -- City of Glass
"Your honor, I am afraid these blacks all speak an obscure field dialect," Ruiz said quickly.
Alexs Pate -- Amistad
Something flittered there in front of his mind like a bat’s wing, obscuring his idea.
William Golding -- Lord of the Flies
But now the rapidly deepening snow obscured the narrow road and made the ride impossible.
Lois Lowry -- The Giver
The black barn was nearly obscured by the rain.
John Steinbeck -- The Grapes of Wrath
But these honest facts have been obscured by the fanciful legend of the Chamber of Secrets.
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
The gas puffed up in a thin cloud that partly obscured Bunker Six.
Tim O’Brien -- The Things They Carried
I can see my reflection from all angles: the gray fabric obscuring the shape of my back, my...
Veronica Roth -- Divergent
I swung around and tried to locate the others, but the blood from my forehead was still trickling down my face, obscuring my vision.
Marcus Luttrell -- Lone Survivor
White puffs of dust were released beneath the boys’ every footfall and pivot, until the field was obscured by a cloud of dry, choking dust that resembled fog.
Warren St. John -- Outcasts United
This forest obscures our view of the river, and any other distance.
Barbara Kingsolver -- The Poisonwood Bible
I wanted no one to see me, and the storm swirled its eddies of snow around me and obscured me from the world.
Rudolfo Anaya -- Bless Me, Ultima
I had been calm during the day, but so soon as night obscured the shapes of objects, a thousand fears arose in my mind.
Mary Shelley -- Frankenstein
...put leaded glass in the kitchen window, obscuring the view...
Mitch Albom -- The Five People You Meet in Heaven
pulled the blind down to the top of the white muslin that obscured the lower panes.
H.G. Wells -- The Invisible Man
It was when curiosity about Gatsby was at its highest that the lights in his house failed to go on one Saturday night — and, as obscurely as it had begun, his career as Trimalchio was over.
F. Scott Fitzgerald -- The Great Gatsby
A magical force called the Mist obscures the true appearance of monsters and gods from their vision, so mortals tend to see only what they can understand.
Rick Riordan -- The Sea of Monsters
Kino moved cautiously so that the water would not be obscured with mud or sand.
John Steinbeck -- The Pearl
...and to lie obscurely at last among the low green mounds.
Charles Dickens -- Great Expectations
...no songs had alluded to him even in the obscurest way...
J.R.R. Tolkien -- The Hobbit
...the intervening distance obscured from us.
Herman Melville -- Moby Dick
resided in the populous kennels, or lived obscurely in the recesses of the house
Jack London -- The Call of the Wild
Clouds were obscuring the moon completely.
J.K. Rowling -- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
They jockey for position, feinting, dueling; the two gangs shift position, now and again temporarily obscuring the fighters.
Arthur Laurents and Stephen Sondheim -- Westside Story
driving the old books into obscurity before the light of the new ones
Miguel de Cervantes -- Don Quixote
But before the steam obscured the pressure needle entirely, the needle had visibly begun to swing back.
Stephen King -- The Shining