Here and there a sallow, begrimed face looked out from a gloomy doorway at the strangers, and increased Eppie's uneasiness, so that it was a longed-for relief when they issued from the alleys
into Shoe Lane, where there was a broader strip of sky.
The champion, moving onward amid these well-meant hints, ascended the platform by the sloping alley
which led to it from the lists, and, to the astonishment of all present, riding straight up to the central pavilion, struck with the sharp end of his spear the shield of Brian de Bois-Guilbert until it rung again.
Agatha had turned unintentionally into the opposite alley
to that which the others had chosen.
This thought drove him to despair, and he had almost made up his mind to return to the place of her captivity, when one day, as he was strolling along an alley
in the woods, he saw a huge oak open its trunk, and out of it step two Princes in earnest conversation.
So I see," said Sancho, "and God grant we may not light upon our graves; it is no good sign to find oneself wandering in a graveyard at this time of night; and that, after my telling your worship, if I don't mistake, that the house of this lady will be in an alley
without an outlet.
After twisting and turning till the Sheriff's bewildered head sat dizzily upon his shoulders, the greenwood men passed through a narrow alley
amid the trees which led to a goodly open space flanked by wide-spreading oaks.
I thought of her, as I had seen her for one moment, in the pride of her beauty; standing in the sunny afternoon in the narrow alley
with the flowers on either hand; and as that fair wonderful picture rose before my eyes, I could not repress a sigh.
For a week after, the children were playing nothing but Red Riding Hood on the Heath and in every alley
in the place until this `bloofer lady' scare came along, since then it has been quite a gala time with them.
replied a voice which the young man recognized as that of Planchet; for, soliloquizing aloud, as very preoccupied people do, he had entered the alley
, at the end of which were the stairs which led to his chamber.
Then, turning to Monte Cristo, -- "I hope you will permit me to leave you for a few minutes," continued she; and without awaiting any reply, disappeared behind a clump of trees, and escaped to the house by a lateral alley
In ten minutes D'Artagnan reached the end of an alley
regularly planted with fine poplars and terminating in an iron gate, the points and crossed bars of which were gilt.
In another minute I and the directress were walking side by side down the alley
bordered with fruit-trees, whose white blossoms were then in full blow as well as their tender green leaves.