China's awakening, with her four hundred millions and the scientific advance of the world, was frightfully astounding.
And the awakening of China had given its vast population not merely free and unlimited access to the means of toil, but access to the highest and most scientific machine-means of toil.
My aunt's correspondence of the morning--including the six awakening
letters which I had posted overnight--was lying unopened on the library table.
My absence had been noted by Sola on her awakening
, and she had quickly informed Tars Tarkas, who had set out immediately with a handful of warriors to search for me.
She was worried too about her nephew's education for which she had always felt herself incompetent, but in the depths of her soul she felt at peace- a peace arising from consciousness of having stifled those personal dreams and hopes that had been on the point of awakening
within her and were related to her meeting with Rostov.
As it was, miserably and helplessly, not half himself, a puppet dreamer in a half-nightmare, he knew, as a restless sleeper awakening
between vexing dreams, that he was being transported head-downward out of the canoe house that stank of death, through the village that was only less noisome, and up a path under lofty, wide-spreading trees that were beginning languidly to stir with the first breathings of the morning wind.
Then, the Sacristan locks the iron-barred gates that divide the sanctuary from the chancel, and all of the procession having scuttled into their places, hide their faces; and then the intoned words, 'WHEN THE WICKED MAN--' rise among groins of arches and beams of roof, awakening
Love is a delicious dream; why should I bring about my own awakening?
In the middle of the night, as I learned later, the patient, awakening from a long stupor after a week of delirium, had asked--it was her last utterance--that her bed be moved to the opposite side of the room.
It would have been difficult to explain why he was on board without awakening
Passepartout's suspicions, who thought him still at Bombay.
Moreau's explanation stood before my mind, clear and definite, from the moment of my awakening
. I got out of the hammock and went to the door to assure myself that the key was turned.
What has happened?" asked the countess, as though awakening
from a sleep to the realities of life; "did you say a misfortune?