Moonlight Vines

... go,” Nina says then, but she makes no move to open the door. “What about the
sword?” I ask. She turns to me. My eyes are adjusted enough to the vagaries of
the lighting to see the expression on her face, but I. IIo. Moonlight. and. Vines.

Moonlight   Vines

Familiar to Charles de Lint's ever-growing audience as the setting of the novels Memory & Dream, Trader, and Someplace To Be Flying, Newford is the quintessential North American city, tough and streetwise on the surface and rich with hidden magic for those who can see. Now de Lint returns to this extraordinary city for a third volume of short stories set there, including several never before published in book form. Here is enchantment under a streetlamp: the landscape of urban North America as only Charles de Lint can show it. "Blending Lovecraft's imagery, Dunsany's poetry, Carroll's surrealism, and Alice Hoffman's small-town strangeness," wrote Interzone on Dreams Underfoot, de Lint's Newford tales are "a haunting mixture of human warmth and cold inevitability, of lessons learned and prices to be paid." At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Library of Famous Fiction Going to the bad

Very few French girls of my age would have risked Madame's displeasure for the
sake of a moonlight ramble among the vines. The French romance is of a
different nature. There must always be a spice of intrigue in it. A view of Nature
under a ...

Library of Famous Fiction  Going to the bad


Belgravia a London magazine conducted by M E Braddon

It was a very calm moonlight night ; so clear and bright , that the shadows of the
trees and of myself fell as distinctly on ... French girls of my age would have
risked Madame ' s displeasure for the sake of a moonlight ramble among the
vines .

Belgravia  a London magazine  conducted by M E  Braddon


Belgravia

... displeasure for the sake of a moonlight ramble among the vines . The French
romance is of a different nature . There must always be a spice of intrigue in it . A
view of Nature under a new aspect being the object of a moonlight walk would be
 ...

Belgravia


Conflict and Harmony

5 Skilled enjoyment : vines and wine making Gironde , France Michel Rachelet ,
sitting at the table , raised his tired grey head and looked thoughtfully at the
vineyards sleeping in the moonlight . Vines were mysterious . He had given his
life to ...

Conflict and Harmony


In the Vine Country

... moonlight sketches of such of the cocher ' s friends as he chose to summon
from their beds for the purpose . We were in the act of dividing our last
gingerbread , while the cool breath of the Médoc evening gave us its first nip ,
and the vines ...

In the Vine Country

A humorous account of the travels of two English ladies through the Médoc of France, at the end of the last century.

Architect and Engineer

Most of tion . the light was stopped by the vines and It was the desire of Mr.
Breese that what did get through was further stopthe lighting should not be too
brilliant . ped by the cross bars of the pergola It should not imitate moonlight , but
it roof .

Architect and Engineer


Dionysus

Michel Rachelet , sitting at the table , raised his tired grey head and looked
thoughtfully at the vineyard sleeping in the moonlight . Vines were mysterious .
He had given his life to them , and having learned enough to be modest he would
not ...

Dionysus

Twenty-four modern stories about wine and drinking, with an introduction by the editor.

The Quarterly Review

The villa fronts whiten in the moonlight among the grey smoke - like olives that
crowd the slopes . Vines wave from the old towers and walls , and from their
shadow comes a song to the accompaniment of a guitar : it is a tenor voice ,
singing ...

   The    Quarterly Review


The Quarterly Review

The villa fronts whiten in the moonlight among the grey smoke - like olives that
crowd the slopes . Vines wave from the old towers and walls , and from their
shadow comes a song to the accompaniment of a guitar : it is a tenor voice ,
singing ...

The Quarterly Review


The American Caravan

How could ye , could ye , ye whom the dear dead Had loved so long the dearest ,
next to one Who planted vines with her and shared her bed ( Bed in the
windowed moonlight , vines in sun ) , So mock the memory of that sacred head
And all ...

The American Caravan


The American Caravan

How could ye , could ye , ye whom the dear dead Had loved so long the dearest ,
next to one Who planted vines with her and shared her bed ( Bed in the
windowed moonlight , vines in sun ) , So mock the memory of that sacred head
And all ...

The American Caravan


The Dublin University Magazine

Out into the moonlight , see the among the vines ; and the girl went rer the over
and leant upon the stone parar own pet of the terrace . stranger “ It was good of
you to come , " she Inglish - said again , in that sweet trembling im , and voice .

The Dublin University Magazine


Dark Sister

Sin Corazón considered . She went outside and looked at the towering trees
above her , the rubber trees , their broad leaves glistening in the moonlight .
Vines flowered on the branches , purple orchids against the darkness , each
blossom ...

Dark Sister

New initiate Sin Corazon is banished from the Sisterhood until she confronts the dark side of her personality and is helped in her journey by two powerful men, in a story that reveals the dangers and benefits of women's power. $35,000 ad/promo.

Vines in the Sun

In the spring of 1858 he planted thirty thousand more vines , and wrote , to please
the State Agricultural Society , a study ... more tunnels , with the rock built more
stone vat - houses , and silently dressed vines or plowed in the moonlight if the ...

Vines in the Sun


Moonlight Veil

... mayhap to find a tree which he might climb . The vines might be better , if they
would hold his weight . ... Angus gave him a leg up , and he grabbed the nearest
vine and began climbing . The vine held him , although just barely . He used the ...

Moonlight Veil

Vowing to rescue her sister from an arranged marriage to a decadent rake, Allegra Caulfield finds that her well-meant machinations may result in her own betrothal to the scoundrel

The Cosmopolitan

... abashed , but he was not ill- bushes and walnut - trees he came across
pleased ; pious wives are as wholesome the fields to sit with her on the bench to
their husbands as sulphur is to the or walk with her where the moonlight vines .
shone .

The Cosmopolitan


Vines on the Mountains

The two of them rode together through the forest by moonlight - enchanting rides !
“ “ Shall I build a house for suffering and idiot children ? God has given me the
faith , and I am responsible to Him to use it , ” he would say while I was pondering
 ...

Vines on the Mountains