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used in This Side of Paradise

4 uses
  • Shadows we loved and the patterns they covered the ground with Tapestries, mystical, faint in the breathless air.
    2.3 — Young Irony (92% in)
  • The great tapestries of trees had darkened to ghosts back at the last edge of twilight.
    1.2 — Spires and Gargoyles (7% in)
  • Amory saw him about once a week, and together they gilded the ceiling of Tom's room and decorated the walls with imitation tapestry, bought at an auction, tall candlesticks and figured curtains.
    1.2 — Spires and Gargoyles (28% in)
  • The old English hunting prints on the wall were Tom's, and the large tapestry by courtesy, a relic of decadent days in college, and the great profusion of orphaned candlesticks and the carved Louis XV chair in which no one could sit more than a minute without acute spinal disorders—Tom claimed that this was because one was sitting in the lap of Montespan's wraith—at any rate, it was Tom's furniture that decided them to stay.
    2.2 — Experiments in Convalescence (59% in)

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