The Persian lit his lamp again and flung its rays down two enormous corridors that crossed each other at right angles.
In this way, he lit up a curious thing: the trunk of a tree, which seemed still quite alive, with its leaves; and the branches of that tree ran right up the walls and disappeared in the ceiling.
My eyes ranged far over a large space lit by a violent fulguration.
Thus situated, this volcano lit the lower plain like an immense torch, even to the extreme limits of the horizon.
Wid that I giv'd her a big wink jist to say, "lit Sir Pathrick alone for the likes o' them thricks," and thin I wint aisy to work, and you'd have died wid the divarsion to behould how cliverly I slipped my right arm betwane the back o' the sofy, and the back of her leddyship, and there, sure enough, I found a swate little flipper all a waiting to say, "the tip o' the mornin' to ye, Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, Barronitt." And wasn't it mesilf, sure, that jist giv'd it the laste little bit of a squaze in the world, all in the way of a commincement, and not to be too rough wid her leddyship?
You percave I had a reason of my own for knowing that she couldn't git down the stares althegither and intirely; for I knew very well that I had hould of her hand, for the divil the bit had I iver lit it go.
I do not know that it was attractive, but it lit
up his face, changing the expression, which was generally sombre, and gave it a look of not ill-natured malice.
the night-light, and extinguished the candles-- with one exception, which she removed to a little table, placed on the side of the bed opposite to the side occupied by the arm-chair.
The gallery continued straight to the western end of the building, where it was lit
by a high window (window 2 on the plan).