1 But the music certainly was inviting.
2 They are kind of queer about music and books and scenery.
3 Ashley Wilkes said they had an awful lot of scenery and music.
4 And he stood alone in his interest in books and music and his fondness for writing poetry.
5 Oh, dear, there's the end of the music and there's Aunt Pittypat coming out of the back room.
6 He knew no poetry save that of Moore and no music except the songs of Ireland that had come down through the years.
7 She looked across the floor and tapped her foot to the music and her green eyes blazed so eagerly that they fairly snapped.
8 She smiled at Scarlett, whimsically, as the music ended, making a little moue of apology as she dabbed with her handkerchief.
9 He accepted the universe and his place in it for what they were and, shrugging, turned to his music and books and his better world.
10 The humiliating events of the morning with Rhett were pushed from her mind by the excitement of seeing so many people and hearing music again.
11 We are alike, Melanie, loving the same quiet things, and I saw before us a long stretch of uneventful years in which to read, hear music and dream.
12 A heavy warm somnolence lay over the house, as if it slept at ease like the girls, until night when it would burst into its full beauty with music and candle flames.
13 And she could see people and many lights and hear music and view for herself the lovely laces and frocks and frills that the famous Captain Butler had run through the blockade on his last trip.
14 His clear hand, his accurate figures and his shrewd ability in bargaining won their respect, where a knowledge of literature and a fine appreciation of music, had young Gerald possessed them, would have moved them to snorts of contempt.
15 After the dull and exhausting months at Tara it was good to hear music again and the sound of dancing feet, good to see familiar friendly faces laughing in the feeble light, calling old jokes and catchwords, bantering, rallying, coquetting.
16 Then, as if brought into being by the waltz music, sounds floated in from the shadowy moonlit street below, the trample of horses' hooves and the sound of carriage wheels, laughter on the warm sweet air and the soft acrimony of negro voices raised in argument over hitching places for the horses.
17 There were so many men jolting down this dark, dusty road whom she knew so well, so many men dying here before her eyes, mosquitoes and gnats swarming their bloody faces, men with whom she had danced and laughed, for whom she had played music and sung songs, teased, comforted and loved--a little.
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