Excerpt from Amadeus, or a Night With the Spirit
The hall is large, and cold, and empty; but beyond, a door is suddenly thrown open, and a ﬂood of light issues forth, suggestive of cheer fulness and comfort. With Amadeus we enter, and as we do so, fail not first of all to cast our eyes around the room in which we find our selves.
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