The lampshade is an awfully good book and it's exceptionally heartfelt.
But he's working like mad to do right by the lampshade, or, at least, to discover its untold story.
In the shadowy light above the lampshade he caught her glance again and held it for a moment.
The lampshade revealed it colourless, and lustreless her eyes.
Before long, the lampshade craze increasing in virulence, they had between them re-lampshaded the entire house.
Sample mounting, novelty work, jewelry and silverware case making, lampshade and candleshade making.
Then you cool it again, moulding and pressing it back to a little pellet upon the glass of the lampshade.
If Madame Dammauville had not released the lampshade, she would have seen Saniel turned pale and his lips quiver.
George had needed a lampshade for his room, and she had offered to paint one.
The immediate origin of and excuse for the intimacy was a lampshade.