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  1. This first vividness of vision and.
  2. It came back to her now with a sudden vividness.
  3. There is a reality, vividness, in our knowledge of.
  4. Nothing has diminished its vividness or unreality in four years.
  5. Visions of an ambitious and angry mother came to me with abrupt vividness.

  6. The vividness with which she thought of him had the precision of a fresh image.
  7. We see numbers of faces during a day, but only a few with the vividness of which I am speaking.
  8. It had been a month, and the vividness was still lingering, despite being far away from Cravenswood.
  9. I am not writing from the notebook, but I will note that which entered my head with special vividness.
  10. Ornate was not the word to describe the vividness of color and tapestry within the room that I had entered.
  11. The vividness of the memory that she was reliving had me jerking with pain at the impact of linking with her.
  12. In the mature Antonia he could see with an extraordinary vividness the austere schoolgirl of the earlier days.
  13. Yet, as with primitive humans, the very strength and vividness of their sympathy brought with it a true release.
  14. Images, memories, and ideas of the strangest description followed one another with extraordinary rapidity and vividness.
  15. He recalled his first time waking up in Dream Camp and the impressions all that exquisite detail and vividness left on him.

  16. In a morbid condition of the brain, dreams often have a singular actuality, vividness, and extraordinary semblance of reality.
  17. The thoughts which had gathered vividness in the solitude of her boudoir occupied her incessantly through the day on which Mr.
  18. After writing for a little while, Levin suddenly thought with exceptional vividness of Kitty, her refusal, and their last meeting.
  19. And suddenly, before his imagination, appeared with uncommon vividness the picture of the prisoner with the black, squinting eyes.
  20. Gould, passing on, had the vividness of a figure seen in the clear patches of sun that chequer the gloom of open glades in the woods.
  21. The death, sufferings, and last days of Prince Andrew had often occupied Pierre’s thoughts and now recurred to him with fresh vividness.
  22. He was staring at the mummy-case, on which the countenance of the occupant was carved in ivory with the startling vividness of a forgotten art.
  23. Lord Ashburn recalled the suggestions made over the card game two nights ago with vividness and became infuriated each time the matter resurfaced.
  24. Sleep came in fits and starts accompanied by nightmares of such vividness that at times she was unsure of where reality ended and nightmare began.
  25. I happened, too, to hear of the scene at the office, from a man who described it capitally, unconsciously reproducing the scene with great vividness.

  26. And in one flash he recalled with extraordinary vividness of sensation a moment in the recent past, that moment when he stood with the axe 296 of 967.
  27. The entry into it is utterly bewildering, and it brings as its first sensation an intense vividness of life, surprising even to him who is familiar with the.
  28. Now, in an instant his lips would be upon hers, the hard insistent lips which she suddenly remembered with a vividness that her eyes a trifle and ventured a peep at him.
  29. But Dorothea remembered it to the last with the vividness with which we all remember epochs in our experience when some dear expectation dies, or some new motive is born.
  30. Only those who were considerably older and probably recalled the Civil War with great vividness had broken with custom and wore less formal but more comfortable apparel given their age.
  31. Everyone looked on with admiration, but particularly one to whom the sight of him in the familiarity of shirt sleeves brought back the past with even more moving and electrifying vividness.
  32. And to his imagination appeared with unusual vividness the beautiful face of the second dead convict, with a smile on his lips, the forbidding expression of his forehead, and the small, strong ear under the shaved, bluish scalp.
  33. This particular quality depends so much on the freshness of the paint that when this is mellowed and its vividness is lost, nothing will remain of value, if the quieter qualities of design and arrangement have been sacrificed for it.
  34. She felt her eyes opening wider and wider, her fingers and toes twitching nervously, something within oppressing her breathing, while all shapes and sounds seemed in the uncertain half-light to strike her with unaccustomed vividness.
  35. In a life review, the experiencer’s perception includes not only their own perspective in increased vividness, as if they were reliving a given episode, but that of all other parties they interacted with at each point being reviewed.
  36. Any one observing him would have seen a change in his complexion, in the adjustment of his facial muscles, in the vividness of his glance, which might have made them imagine that every molecule in his body had passed the message of a magic touch.
  37. As a striking example of this violation of art, in consequence of the incorrect relation of the author to the subject, may with particular vividness serve the detailed description of the appearance of the heroine in the bathtub, which is given in this novel.
  38. In those days I was young, and all sorts of fancies bright and dark tenanted my mind: the memories of nursery stories were there amongst other rubbish; and when they recurred, maturing youth added to them a vigour and vividness beyond what childhood could give.
  39. Few can fail to be struck in turning over this wonderful series of drawings by the vividness of their portraiture, and the vividness is due to their being severely accurate to the vital impression on the mind of Holbein, not merely to the facts coldly observed.
  40. Dreams, as we all know, are very queer things: some parts are presented with appalling vividness, with details worked up with the elaborate finish of jewellery, while others one gallops through, as it were, without noticing them at all, as, for instance, through space and time.
  41. Pierre knew this, but instead of acting he only thought about his undertaking, going over clearly picture to himself either the striking of the blow or the death of Napoleon, but with extraordinary vividness and melancholy enjoyment imagined his own destruction and heroic endurance.
  42. If we are experiencing time management problems based on past performance then we can bring the images into memory and manipulate the vividness and controllability of the outcome so when we are in the situation again, we are not recalling negative thoughts and feelings towards the task and outcome.
  43. Alexey Alexandrovitch, like Lidia Ivanovna indeed, and others who shared their views, was completely devoid of vividness of imagination, that spiritual faculty in virtue of which the conceptions evoked by the imagination become so vivid that they must needs be in harmony with other conceptions, and with actual fact.
  44. Have we not sent him from the Moscow to the Irkoutsk Government? Thus thought Nekhludoff with unusual clearness and vividness, sitting in his high-backed chair next to the colonel, and listening to the different intonations of the advocates’, prosecutor’s, and president’s voices, and looking at their self-confident gestures.
  45. And in one flash he recalled with extraordinary vividness of sensation a moment in the recent past, that moment when he stood with the axe behind the door, while the latch trembled and the men outside swore and shook it, and he had a sudden desire to shout at them, to swear at them, to put out his tongue at them, to mock them, to laugh, and laugh, and laugh!.
  46. During the service he would first listen to the prayers, trying to attach some meaning to them not discordant with his own views; then feeling that he could not understand and must condemn them, he tried not to listen to them, but to attend to the thoughts, observations, and memories which floated through his brain with extreme vividness during this idle time of standing in church.
  47. Whatever prayers he might lift up, whatever statements he might inwardly make of this man's wretched spiritual condition, and the duty he himself was under to submit to the punishment divinely appointed for him rather than to wish for evil to another—through all this effort to condense words into a solid mental state, there pierced and spread with irresistible vividness the images of the events he desired.
  48. Yet, for all that, the rusty, paint-blistered parapet on which she was leaning, the way in which the dark waters of the pond reflected the drooping branch of the overhanging birch tree (it almost seemed to me as though branch and its reflection met), the rising odour of the swamp, the feeling of crushed mosquito on my cheek, and her absorbed look and statuesque pose—many times afterwards did these things recur with unexpected vividness to my recollection.
  49. It is an uneasy lot at best, to be what we call highly taught and yet not to enjoy: to be present at this great spectacle of life and never to be liberated from a small hungry shivering self—never to be fully possessed by the glory we behold, never to have our consciousness rapturously transformed into the vividness of a thought, the ardor of a passion, the energy of an action, but always to be scholarly and uninspired, ambitious and timid, scrupulous and dim-sighted.
  50. Then gazing at his quadrant, and handling, one after the other, its numerous cabalistical contrivances, he pondered again, and muttered: Foolish toy! babies' plaything of haughty Admirals, and Commodores, and Captains; the world brags of thee, of thy cunning and might; but what after all canst thou do, but tell the poor, pitiful point, where thou thyself happenest to be on this wide planet, and the hand that holds thee: no! not one jot more! Thou canst not tell where one drop of water or one grain of sand will be to-morrow noon; and yet with thy impotence thou insultest the sun! Science! Curse thee, thou vain toy; and cursed be all the things that cast man's eyes aloft to that heaven, whose live vividness but scorches him, as these old eyes are even now scorched with thy light, O sun! Level by nature to this earth's horizon are the glances of man's eyes; not shot from the crown of his head, as if God had meant him to gaze on his firmament.

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