By Sid Jacobson, Richard H. Goldwater, Victor Gorelick, Nelson Ribiero
Archie's Double Digest #137 - November 2002
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During a lull in these operations Williams picked up the mezzotint from the table without looking at it, and handed it to a person mildly interested in art, telling him where it had come from, and the other particulars which we already know. The gentleman took it carelessly, looked at it, then said, in a tone of some interest: 'It's really a very good piece of work, Williams; it has quite a feeling of the romantic period. The light is admirably managed, it seems to me, and the figure, though it's rather too grotesque, is somehow very impressive.
Well, sir, of course 1 don 't set u p my opinion again yours, but it ain 't the pictur 1 should 'ang where my little girl could see it, sir . ' 'Wouldn't you, Robert? ' 'No, sir . Why, the pore child, 1 recollect once she see a Door Bible, with pictures not 'alf what that is, and we , ad to set up with her three or four nights afterwards, if you 'll believe me; and if she was to ketch a sight of this skelinton here, or whatever it is, carrying off the pore baby, she would be in a taking . You know ' ow it is with children; 'ow nervish they git with a little thing and all .
The moon shone upon his almost transparent hands, and Stephen saw that the nails were fearfully long and that the light shone through them. As he stood with his arms thus raised, he disclosed a terrifying spectacle. On the left side of his chest there opened a black and gaping rent; and there fell upon Stephen's brain, rather than upon his ear, the impression of one of those hungry and desolate cries that he had heard resounding over the woods of Aswarby all that evening. In another moment this dreadful pair had moved swiftly and noiselessly over the dry gravel, and he saw them no more.