1 Two pictures hung opposite the window.
2 She tapped on the window with her embossed hairbrush.
3 The window was open now; the birds certainly were singing.
4 Down in the courtyard beneath the window cars were assembling.
5 But they, looking down from the window, were truants, detached.
6 She stopped at a window in the passage and held back the curtain.
7 Then, for the seventh time in succession, they both looked out of the window.
8 The old woman had wandered out into the passage and leant against the window.
9 Again, the children passed, and she tapped on the window and blew them a kiss.
10 "Seems like it," said Mrs. Sands, giving her sharp look-out of the kitchen window.
11 They never pulled the curtains till it was too dark to see, nor shut the windows till it was too cold.
12 And the audience turning saw the flaming windows, each daubed with golden sun; and murmured: "Home, gentlemen; sweet."
13 It was a summer's night and they were talking, in the big room with the windows open to the garden, about the cesspool.
14 Mrs. Swithin drew the curtain in her bedroom--the faded white chintz that so agreeably from the outside tinged the window with its green lining.
15 Isolated on a green island, hedged about with snowdrops, laid with a counterpane of puckered silk, the innocent island floated under her window.
16 She never came out of a shop, for example, with the clothes she admired; nor did her figure, seen against the dark roll of trousering in a shop window, please her.
17 The fire greyed, then glowed, and the tortoiseshell butterfly beat on the lower pane of the window; beat, beat, beat; repeating that if no human being ever came, never, never, never, the books would be mouldy, the fire out and the tortoiseshell butterfly dead on the pane.
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