And with all this change, so curiously parallel to that of the other-world, goes too the same inevitable change in ideals.
Alas, there was that look we know so well and fear so much—that look of not belonging to us, the elsewhere, other-world look.
She had only been with us a month when we were startled by the other-world look on the baby's face.
The other-world of the Celts does not seem, however, to have been always pictured as beneath the earth.
He did look for a moment as though he had seen a ghost, an other-world thing.
Then why could not these other-world memories of the boy resurrect?
The very basis of Christianity, in fine, is an other-world utilitarianism.
I wonder how an other-world entity, ignorant of humans, would explain a shaving-kit or a lipstick.
The story in these forms represents an other-world abduction.
But first I must tell how, as a boy, I had had these other-world memories.