In the North Sea lies a dead sea-cat-- that shall be their roast meat; and the rib of a whale--that shall be their silver spoon; and the hollow foot of a dead horse--that shall be their wineglass.
The Dragon-made a face, and growled again three times, 'Hum, hum, hum,' and said to the third, 'Do you know what your wineglass shall be?
They have done a foolish thing," said I, fingering my wineglass
has been smashed all over the place, but one of its splinters lies on the high bracket beside the mantelpiece.
My mouth seemed fire; a pungent flavor filled my nostrils; the wineglass
felt cold against my teeth.
Jasper, in the act of yawning behind his wineglass, puts down that screen and calls up a look of interest.
He promptly draws forth and fills the third wineglass, as being now claimed, and replies, 'Show Durdles in.
Sabin looked at him coolly, and fingered his wineglass
And it's not hard to imagine the curls worn by Braque's Girl with a Cross, 1911, as a bunch of Cubist grapes; meanwhile, in Picasso's Fan, Pipe, and Wineglass
, 1911, it's clear that a figure once sat, however briefly, beside the table.
To mark the opening of the festival, special anniversary stamps will be issued, as well as various publications, and an effort will be made to fabricate the biggest wineglass
in the world for a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.
The frequent guest of honor is a retired, long-serving government minister, a regal figure whose son is a "mere paperback edition" of him--though he has managed to marry the languorously enticing German-Brazilian Silvi (whose wineglass
host Bernward keeps unfailingly topped up).
You could stagger from one cellar door to the next all the way up the east coast, but if you''re travelling that way it''d be criminal to forgo a stop at Freycinet National Park, a peninsula of beaches, bush and granite peaks that includes the iconic Wineglass
Bay, often cited as one of the world''s best beaches.