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Wuthering Heights
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  • I’d rather have a ballad, though: begin.’
  • ’And listen,’ she continued, provokingly, commencing a verse of an old ballad in the same fashion.
  • Sit quite still and don’t talk: but you may sing a song, if you can sing; or you may say a nice long interesting ballad — one of those you promised to teach me; or a story.

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  • her latest album is a collection of love ballads.
  • ...write a ballad of this dream.
    Shakespeare, William  --  A Midsummer Night’s Dream

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