Framed by long, almost feminine eyelashes, his eyes had an unabashed kindness and a deep knowledge about them that was gentle yet hypnotic. It was as if he were taking apart everything in the room, inspecting its contents, and then arriving at some little joke in his head which made sense only to him. […] He gave Emma and Elizabeth each a magnifying glass to carry around with them. „Take a closer look,“ he kept saying.
(Reif Larsen: The selected works of T.S. Spivet)
dieser bärtige herr erinnert mich an den professor aus obigem buch.
(auch wenn er eine brille trägt und man seine augen gar nicht sieht.)