Some articles on shadows:
... Shadows, Synyster Gates, The Rev 606 3 ... "Beast and the Harlot" Shadows 600 6 ... "Scream" Shadows 624 7 ...
... Shadows in Paradise (Finnish Varjoja paratiisissa) is a 1986 Finnish art house comedy-drama film written and directed by Aki Kaurismäki ... Shadows in Paradise was awarded the Best Film award at the 1987 Jussi Awards ... This is the first film in Kaurismäki's Proletariat Trilogy (Shadows in Paradise, Ariel, and The Match Factory Girl) ...
... "Shadows in the Moonlight" is a song written by Charlie Black and Rory Michael Bourke, and recorded by Canadian country and pop music singer Anne Murray ... "Shadows in the Moonlight" was Murray's third No ... "Shadows in the Moonlight" was released during Murray's peak as a crossover artist, and the song was one of several that also charted on the Hot 100 ...
... The Shadows are ghosts who are seen as beings of darkness ... Aiden reveals that the Shadows are either "broken pieces" left behind by ghosts who have crossed over or have "crossed under" ... Hansen, a woman in a wheelchair who helped the Shadows by luring children's spirits into her house (using Cassidy Peyton), but Melinda saved some spirits imprisoned by Greta ...
... La Belle Bête (known in English as Mad Shadows) is a French Canadian novel by Marie-Claire Blais, published in 1959 ... A harrowing pathology of the soul, Mad Shadows centres on a family group Patrice, the beautiful and narcissistic son his ugly and malicious sister, Isabelle-Marie and Louise, their vain and uncomprehending mother ... With the closing passage of Mad Shadows, Marie-Claire Blais cleared the way for a new era in Quebec fiction ...
Famous quotes containing the word shadows:
“The sun is shining.
The shadows of the lovers have disappeared.
They are all eyes; they have some demand on me
They want me to be more serious than I want to be.”
—Louis Simpson (b. 1923)
“Loves heralds should be thoughts,
Which ten times faster glides than the suns beams,
Driving back shadows over lowring hills.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Good-by, my book! Like mortal eyes, imagined ones must close some day. Onegin from his knees will risebut his creator strolls away. And yet the ear cannot right now part with the music and allow the tale to fade; the chords of fate itself continue to vibrate; and no obstruction for the sage exists where I have put The End: the shadows of my world extend beyond the skyline of the page, blue as tomorrows morning hazenor does this terminate the phrase.”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)