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spectacle
used in Of Human Bondage

8 uses
  • He glanced at Miss Price, and to his astonishment saw that she was looking down at her plate, regardless of the passing spectacle, and two heavy tears were rolling down her cheeks.
    43-44 — Chapters 43-44 (62% in)
  • Mr. Carey looked up over his spectacles.
    13-14 — Chapters 13-14 (57% in)
  • "I'll read it afterwards when I've got my spectacles,' she said.
    19-20 — Chapters 19-20 (66% in)
  • For the most part they were a good deal younger than Philip, smooth-faced boys of eighteen, but there were a few who were older than he: he noticed one tall man, with a fierce red moustache, who might have been thirty; another little fellow with black hair, only a year or two younger; and there was one man with spectacles and a beard which was quite gray.
    53-54 — Chapters 53-54 (62% in)
  • During the two months he spent at Blackstable Norah wrote to him frequently, long letters in a bold, large hand, in which with cheerful humour she described the little events of the daily round, the domestic troubles of her landlady, rich food for laughter, the comic vexations of her rehearsals, she was walking on in an important spectacle at one of the London theatres, and her odd adventures with the publishers of novelettes.
    67-68 — Chapters 67-68 (2% in)
  • He took off his spectacles as they came in.
    83-84 — Chapters 83-84 (91% in)
  • Philip thought it was a severe ordeal that the young man was being exposed to, since Athelny, in his brown velvet jacket, flowing black tie, and red tarboosh, was a startling spectacle for an innocent electrical engineer.
    115-116 — Chapters 115-116 (25% in)
  • Without it he would never have had his keen appreciation of beauty, his passion for art and literature, and his interest in the varied spectacle of life.
    121-122 — Chapters 121-122 (61% in)

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