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used in Throne of Glass

21 uses
  • Blocked by the giant chest of drawers, the tapestry still rippled in a phantom breeze.
    p. 310.2
  • Each room was furnished in gold and crimson, her bedroom also decorated with a giant tapestry along one wall, with couches and deep-cushioned chairs scattered in a tasteful manner.
    p. 43.4
  • She traced the moonlight to where it lapped upon the tapestry-covered wall.
    p. 172.0
  • The tapestry was odd, old, and not very carefully preserved.
    p. 172.0
  • A woman—the only human in the tapestry—stood near the floor.
    p. 172.1
  • Did the tapestry sway slightly?
    p. 172.2
  • The tapestry was barely blowing outward, not to the side.
    p. 172.3
  • The tapestry stopped moving.
    p. 172.4
  • Especially when it had blown the tapestry out?
    p. 172.9
  • She carefully folded the tapestry over the door, just in case someone came in.
    p. 173.5
  • She kicked the chair away, swung the stone door shut, pulled the tapestry over it, and flung herself on the bed.
    p. 178.6
  • It was beautiful, and strange, andCelaena faced the tapestry.
    p. 188.1
  • Panting, Celaena stepped back, surveying the tapestry.
    p. 188.3
  • She opened her eyes, watching the tapestry.
    p. 188.9
  • Celaena left the window, but stopped before the tapestry and its depiction of Queen Elena.
    p. 218.9
  • She took a step back from the tapestry to better study the entire scope of it.
    p. 219.3
  • Celaena looked to her right, but all she saw was the tapestry that concealed the tomb.
    p. 236.5
  • The walls of the room appeared, and then the floor and the ceiling, and she had the distinct feeling that she was trapped in a box, a lovely cage filled with tapestries and cushions.
    p. 249.1
  • Celaena glanced from her book to the tapestry on the wall.
    p. 267.2
  • Celaena grunted as she pushed the chest to the side and folded the tapestry back from the wall.
    p. 310.4
  • After shutting the whining Fleetfoot out of the bedroom, Celaena covered the passage entry with the tapestry, wedged a book in the doorway to keep from getting locked in, and only once wished she had a weapon beyond the candlestick she carried and the makeshift knife in her pocket.
    p. 310.7

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