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The Red House Mystery - By Alan Alexander Milne
...`` GRAKD THEATRICAL ENTER " it announced, to take place on `` Wednesday, Decem, " Bill smiled to himself as he looked at it, for the part of Joe, a loquacious postman, had been played by `` William B. Beverl, " as the remnants of the poster still maintained, and he had been much less loquacious than the author had intended, having forgotten his words completely, but it had all been great fun ....
Sketches by Boz - By Charles Dickens, George Cruikshank, Frederick Barnard
...The last time we saw our friend was one wet evening in Tottenham court-road, when he was engaged in a very warm and somewhat personal altercation with a loquacious little gentleman in a green coat ....
Wuthering Heights - By Emily Bront
...When the room and books had been shown, with some bickerings between the brother and sister that I did my utmost to appease or mitigate, Mary Ann brought me her doll, and began to be very loquacious on the subject of its fine clothes, its bed, its chest of drawers, and other appurtenances; but Tom told her to hold her clamor, that Miss Grey might see his rocking-horse, which, with a most important bustle, he dragged forth from its corner into the middle of the room, loudly calling on me to attend to it ....
Silas Marner - By George Eliot, Hannah Amelia Noyes Davidson, Bliss Carmen
...It is like overhearing the witty talk of a brilliant conversationalist to read this book, and the imaginary characters who listen to the Autocrat and occasionally put in a word come to be as well known to readers as many more loquacious persons ....
This Side of Paradise - By Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940, Francis Scott Fitzgerald
...Sometimes, when he was particularly loquacious, she went to sleep in his arms, but he loved that Rosalind--all Rosalinds as he had never in the world loved any one else ....
Babbitt - By Sinclair Lewis, Jean Hersholt Collection of Sinclair Lewis (Library of Congress), John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress)
...He was suddenly loquacious; he told her what a noble and misunderstood man he was, and how superior to Pete, Fulton Bemis, and the other men of their acquaintance; and she, bending forward, chin in charming hand, brightly agreed ....
The House of Seven Gables - By Nathaniel Hawthorne
...This name for the talkative common man of the story may have been chosen as figuratively suggesting his loquacious characteristics ....
Of Human Bondage - By William Somerset Maugham
...They began to talk, and finding Clutton more loquacious and less sardonic than usual, Philip determined to take advantage of his good humor . "...
Main Street - By Sinclair Lewis
...VI Hugh was loquacious at breakfast ....
Villette - By Charlotte Bront
...trol, and whined about some rickety liking that was all on my side .1 ' `` It it true I little respect women or girls who are loquacious either in boasting the triumphs, or bemoaning the mortifications, of feeling ....
The deerslayer - By James Fenimore Cooper
...She was never loquacious, or if she occasionally became communicative, it was under the influence of some temporary excitement, that served to arouse her unsophisticated mind; but, for hours at a time, in the course oí this all-important day, she seemed to have absolutely lost the use of her tongue ....
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall - By Anne Bront
...But my companion, a loquacious, forward fellow, was not disposed to leave me to the indulgence of my private cogitations . '...
Adam Bede - By George Eliot, Laura Johnson Wylie
...Your impatient loquacious man has never any notion of keeping his pipe alight by gentle measured puffs; he is always letting it go nearly out, and then punishing it for that negligence ....
Agnes Grey - By Anne Bront
...When the room and books had been shown, with some bickering between the brother and sister that I did my utmost to appease or mitigate, Mary Ann brought me her doll, and began to be very loquacious on the subject of its fine clothes, its bed, its chest of drawers, and other appurtenances; but Tom told her to hold her clamor, that Miss Grey might see his rocking-horse, which, with a most important bustle, he dragged forth from its corner into the middle of the room, loudly calling on me...
The American - By Henry James, Henry James Collection (Library of Congress)
...To expand, without bothering about it--without shiftless timidity on one side, or loquacious eagerness on the other--to the full compass of what he would have called a " pleasant " experience, was Newman 's most definite program of life ....
Victory - By Joseph Conrad
...In this exercise of his natural function Schomberg revived, the color coming back to his face, loquacious, florid, eager, his manliness set off by the military bearing ....