From all these phases of the storm, Riderhood would turn, as if they were interruptions--rather striking interruptions
possibly, but interruptions
still--of his scrutiny of the sleeper.
passed unheeded by Lady Montbarry.
Darwin, and I " (Prolonged cheering and complete interruption.)
"I must ask you, Professor Challenger, to cease these ignorant and unmannerly interruptions."
Again came an interruption
, but this time a different one.
The boy, to my deep discomposure, was immensely in the right, was in a position to say to me: "Either you clear up with my guardian the mystery of this interruption
of my studies, or you cease to expect me to lead with you a life that's so unnatural for a boy." What was so unnatural for the particular boy I was concerned with was this sudden revelation of a consciousness and a plan.
There was scarcely an interruption
from any one to break the charm of its flow.
"Go to bed," said I, a little ruffled by this interruption
: "if you would talk less nonsense, you would remember more sense."
Bennet and her daughters apologised most civilly for Lydia's interruption
, and promised that it should not occur again, if he would resume his book; but Mr.
Thomson listened in silence and without interruption
. He met the well-satisfied peroration of his visitor without comment.
I will,' he went on, `tell you the story of what has happened to me, if you like, but you must refrain from interruptions
. I want to tell it.
of this kind, the best narrative of plain matter of fact must overpower every reader; for nothing but the ever lasting watchfulness, which Homer has ascribed only to Jove himself, can be proof against a newspaper of many volumes.