By David C. Gross, David C. Gross
The transliterated and translated proverbs are prepared through Hebrew topic; an entire index in English accompanies the textual content.
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Unwound: devanado. upset: trastornar, indispuesta, trastorno. usual: común, general, universal, acostumbrado, habitual. —I have been down to look at that room again in daylight, for I must know the truth. When I got to the doorway at the top of the stairs I found it closed. It had been so forcibly driven against the jamb that part of the woodwork was splintered. I could see that the bolt of the lock had not been shot, but the door is fastened from the inside. —I am surely in the toils. Last night the Count asked me in the suavest tones to write three letters, one saying that my work here was nearly done, and that I should start for home within a few days, another that I was starting on the next morning from the time of the letter, and the third that I had left the castle and arrived at Bistritz.
Remiss: remiso. riot: disturbio, alboroto, ruido. shrillness: lo estridente, lo agudo. soul: alma, espíritu, ánimo. tide: marea. tied: atado. tired: cansado. uneasy: inquieto, intranquilo. wishes: anhelar, anhelo, ansiar, desear, deseo, deseos, querer, votos. Bram Stoker 29 moment. Having answered the Count’s salutation, I turned to the glass again to see how I had been mistaken. This time there could be no error, for the man was close to me, and I could see him over my shoulder. But there was no reflection of him in the mirror!
So I pulled the curtains again, and have written of this day. —I began to fear as I wrote in this book that I was getting too diffuse. But now I am glad that I went into detail from the first, for there is something so strange about this place and all in it that I cannot but feel uneasy. I wish I were safe out of it, or that I had never come. It may be that this strange night existence is telling on me, but would that that were all! If there were any one to talk to I could bear it, but there is no one.
Dictionary of 1000 Jewish Proverbs by David C. Gross, David C. Gross