Albert was more interested in the Black Knight of Ivanhoe than the black man of the hotel, so he went on reading.
The description of the attack as given by Rebecca to Ivanhoe.
The lad promptly approached and fixed his large, restless eyes on Ivanhoe with a look of inquiry.
See passage of introduction to Ivanhoe, wisely quoted in L. vi.
The few of his followers who have returned have straggled hither like this Wilfred of Ivanhoe, beggared and broken men.
No: that has already been done in the novel of "Ivanhoe" before mentioned.
Diana felt a little cheered up after reading three chapters of Ivanhoe, but she was still angry with Hilary.
In a word, she was always flinging Rebecca into Ivanhoe's teeth.
But a few chapters from Ivanhoe read to them by their mother made all serene again.
Ivanhoe spurred on his horse Bavieca madly up the chestnut avenue.