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|Anthologies now typically include the following parodic epitaphs: At last God |
caught his eye. —Harry Secombe, Welsh comedian, for a head waiter (MDQ, 190
) She sleeps alone at last. —Robert Benchley, for an actress (MDQ, 189) Here
|The movement caught his eye. And for a long moment, he stared at her legs, as |
ifwaiting for his thoughts to catch up with his eyes. His eyes took the rest of her in
slowly, savoring her body the way he savored his wine. When at last his eyes met
|One of the most important works of twentieth-century American literature, Zora Neale Hurston's beloved 1937 classic, Their Eyes Were Watching God, is an enduring Southern love story sparkling with wit, beauty, and heartfelt wisdom.|
|Looking into his son's eyes, he saw questions, so many questions. And yet he |
knew this ... While the old governor watched and waited for God to show His favor
, it began in much the same manner as before. ... Then the stone caught fire,
filling his father's study with light. With tears ... God has chosen His Deliverer at
|But God looked sour at him, cocking his eye, and Brer Rabbit shut up. Then God |
... Last, God took a little calabash and said, “This you must fill with Brother Deer's
eye water. ... How could he catch blackbirds by the sackfuli He wasn't a hawk!
|This man bothered Elizabeth, for he stared at her when she passed, and his eyes |
pierced through her clothing. When Joseph heard about the new teacher he drew
in upon her in lessening circles until at last he sat in the Gonzales parlor, ...
Elizabeth was caught by his eyes now, and she was TO A GOD UNKNOWN 35.
|This compelling new book by Kenny Luck is a daring challenge to stand up and experience the powerful, personal vision of God for your life. And it’s a companion for you every step of the way.|
|Anyway, this fear of the grass reaches into him and squeez— es his face about |
off so all you really see is the eyes. Those blue eyes. The whispering ones in the
grass figure they have at last caught themselves a god, they have captured one ...
|At last it was time to turn for home, but he dared not set out without first building a |
fire to warm himself. Indeed, he had no ... He had nearly finished and was about
to reach for a handful of twigs when something caught his eye. Something bright
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|He was startled, and when he turned to look at me his eyes brightened with white|
-hot passion. "You have come at last," he whispered. "I've been waiting for you so
... so incredibly noble. I was about to fall to my knees and ask him to give me a
sign of paternal welcome, but I caught myself just in time. "It is I who am his God,"