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affection answered appearance arms asked attend Baron Bertram Bradwardine Brown called Captain cause character circumstances Colonel command continued dear door Edward entered expressed eyes father feelings Fergus fire followed gave give Glossin hand Hazlewood head hear heard heart Highland honour hope horse hour interest kind lady land late least leave length less letter light lived look Lovel Mannering matter means mind Miss morning natural never night observed occasion officer Oldbuck once party passed person poor present received rendered replied respect Rose round Scotland seemed seen short side soon sort spirit supposed sure tell thing thought tion took turned usual voice Waverley whole wish young
第 5 頁 - Familiar acquaintance with the specious miracles of fiction brought with it some degree of satiety, and I began by degrees to seek in histories, memoirs, voyages and travels, and the like, events nearly as wonderful as those which were the work of the imagination, with the additional advantage, that they were, at least, in a great measure true.
第 25 頁 - ... an imitation of the romance of Cervantes. But he will do my prudence injustice in the supposition. My intention is not to follow the steps of that inimitable author, in describing such total perversion of intellect as misconstrues the objects actually presented to the senses, but that more common aberration from sound judgment, which apprehends occurrences indeed in their reality, but communicates to them a tincture of its own romantic tone and colouring.
第 99 頁 - The regulars, who were in high spirits, returned a loud shout of defiance, and fired one or two of their cannon upon an advanced post of the Highlanders. The latter displayed great earnestness to proceed instantly to the attack, Evan Dhu urging to Fergus, by way of argument, that ' the sidier roy was tottering like an egg upon a staff, and that they had a' the vantage of the onset, for even a haggis (God bless her !) could charge down hill.
第 21 頁 - ... the show of pyramids and towers, some touched with gold, some with purple, some with a hue of deep and dark red. The distant sea, stretched beneath this varied and gorgeous canopy, lay almost portentously still, reflecting back the dazzling and level beams of the descending luminary, and the splendid colouring of the clouds amidst which he was setting. Nearer to the beach, the tide rippled onward in waves of sparkling silver, that imperceptibly, yet rapidly, gained upon the sand.