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A Pair of Blue Eyes

Thomas Hardy

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Chapter I 'A fair vestal, throned in the west'

Chapter II 'Twas on the evening of a winter's day.'

Chapter III 'Melodious birds sing madrigals'

Chapter IV 'Where heaves the turf in many a mould'ring heap.'

Chapter V 'Bosom'd high in tufted trees.'

Chapter VI 'Fare thee weel awhile!'

Chapter VII 'No more of me you knew, my love!'

Chapter VIII 'Allen-a-Dale is no baron or lord.'

Chapter IX 'Her father did fume'

Chapter X 'Beneath the shelter of an aged tree.'

Chapter XI 'Journeys end in lovers meeting.'

Chapter XII 'Adieu! she cries, and waved her lily hand.'

Chapter XIII 'He set in order many proverbs.'

Chapter XIV 'We frolic while 'tis May.'

Chapter XV 'A wandering voice.'

Chapter XVI 'Then fancy shapes - as fancy can.'

Chapter XVII 'Her welcome, spoke in faltering phrase.'

Chapter XVIII 'He heard her musical pants.'

Chapter XIX 'Love was in the next degree.'

Chapter XX 'A distant dearness in the hill.'

Chapter XXI 'On thy cold grey stones, O sea!'

Chapter XXII 'A woman's way.'

Chapter XXIII 'Should auld acquaintance be forgot?'

Chapter XXIV 'Breeze, bird, and flower confess the hour.'

Chapter XXV 'Mine own familiar friend.'

Chapter XXVI 'To that last nothing under earth.'

Chapter XXVII 'How should I greet thee?'

Chapter XXVIII 'I lull a fancy, trouble-tost.'

Chapter XXIX 'Care, thou canker.'

Chapter XXX 'Vassal unto Love.'

Chapter XXXI 'A worm i' the bud.'

Chapter XXXII 'Had I wist before I kist'

Chapter XXXIII 'O daughter of Babylon, wasted with misery.'

Chapter XXXIV 'Yea, happy shall he be that rewardeth thee as thou hast served us.'

Chapter XXXV 'And wilt thou leave me thus? - say nay - say nay!'

Chapter XXXVI 'The pennie's the jewel that beautifies a'.'

Chapter XXXVII 'After many days.'

Chapter XXXVIII 'Jealousy is cruel as the grave.'

Chapter XXXIX 'Each to the loved one's side.'

Chapter XL 'Welcome, proud lady.'