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- But Tess's desire seemed to be for a perpetual betrothal in which everything should remain as it was then.4 — The Consequence (64% in)
- Whenever Tess lifted her head she beheld always the great upgrown straw-stack, with the men in shirt-sleeves upon it, against the gray north sky; in front of it the long red elevator like a Jacob's ladder, on which a perpetual stream of threshed straw ascended, a yellow river running uphill, and spouting out on the top of the rick.6 — The Convert (47% in)
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