Instantly from the wired metal points of Jokai's chair a stinging electric current swept fiendishly through his body.
Sputtering, Jokai awoke from his restless stupor and stared.
Few of Jokai's other tales have been translated so often, and the book is as great a favourite in Poland as it is in Germany.
With wild imploring eyes Jokai glanced at his hands and feet.
It was the tune Carl had played upon his flute to Jokai of Vienna months before.
Jokai is a highly popular Hungarian author, and this is the finest specimen of his works that has appeared in English.
Jokai is the most prolific, but he has got to be too much an imitator of the French school.
Is the Hungarian's enjoyment of Jokai or their patriot poets for Hungarians alone?
But Jokai of Vienna was already bolting wildly through the street door and down the steps.
Most of the sketches contained in this volume, and which Jokai wrote under the name of Sajo, underwent this fate.