Reflections & Mirrors Quotations


They appeared to lie by magic on the side of the vale, like a mirror left in a slanting position. — Cape CodCape Cod
We could get no further into the Aeneid than—atque altae moenia Romae,—and the wall of high Rome, before we were constrained to reflect by what myriad tests a work of genius has to be tried; that Virgil, away in Rome, two thousand years off, should have to unfold his meaning, the inspiration of Italian vales, to the pilgrim on New England hills. — "A Walk to Wachusett""A Walk to Wachusett"
You see the moonlight reflected from particular stumps in the recesses of the forest, as if she selected what to shine on. — "Night and Moonlight"—"Night and Moonlight"
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