One peasant was whacking the snow-covered
croup of their little horse with a long switch, and the other two sitting in front waved their arms and shouted something.
In a few minutes the far bank, a mile away, unobtrusively came into view, and ahead and behind, the whole frozen river could be seen, with off to the left a wide-extending range of sharp-cut, snow-covered
When we reached the grave, it looked a very little spot in that snow-covered
Standing on the snow-covered
plain, as if in a pasture amid the hills, I cut my way first through a foot of snow, and then a foot of ice, and open a window under my feet, where, kneeling to drink, I look down into the quiet parlor of the fishes, pervaded by a softened light as through a window of ground glass, with its bright sanded floor the same as in summer; there a perennial waveless serenity reigns as in the amber twilight sky, corresponding to the cool and even temperament of the inhabitants.
While Godfrey Cass was taking draughts of forgetfulness from the sweet presence of Nancy, willingly losing all sense of that hidden bond which at other moments galled and fretted him so as to mingle irritation with the very sunshine, Godfrey's wife was walking with slow uncertain steps through the snow-covered
Raveloe lanes, carrying her child in her arms.
Over the snow-covered
roofs could be seen a decorated cross with chains, and above it the rising triangle of Charles's Wain with the yellowish light of Capella.
On the winter night when she walked through the deserted snow-covered
streets, a crisis had come into the life of the school teacher.
I must have slid downward thousands of feet before the steep incline curved gently on to a broad, smooth, snow-covered
We had come quite close to the city when my attention was attracted toward a tall, black shaft that reared its head several hundred feet into the air from what appeared to be a tangled mass of junk or wreckage, now partially snow-covered
The street was turning into a country road, leading out to the westward; there were snow-covered
fields on either side of him.
Once, she threw a glance wistfully toward the windows, and caught a glimpse, through its red curtains, of the snow-covered
roofs, and the stars glimmering frostily, and all the delicious intensity of the cold night.
Meeting a comrade at the last post station but one before Moscow, Denisov had drunk three bottles of wine with him and, despite the jolting ruts across the snow-covered
road, did not once wake up on the way to Moscow, but lay at the bottom of the sleigh beside Rostov, who grew more and more impatient the nearer they got to Moscow.