1 She rose and went slowly towards home.
2 She rose slowly, drawing aside her stool.
3 She rose, a little stiff, took a few daffodils, and went down.
4 Rooks suddenly rose in a black train, and went trailing off over the little sky.
5 She put the tea-cosy over the tea-pot, and rose to get a little glass for her violets.
6 Then he rose, went for an old coop, and took it to the chopping log where he was working.
7 It rose up in her from her depths: and she realized how it had been eating her life away.
8 The whole knoll, which rose softly on the right of the riding, was denuded and strangely forlorn.
9 She went quietly round to the back, where the bank rose up; she had an excuse, to see the daffodils.
10 At the back of the cottage the land rose steeply, so the back yard was sunken, and enclosed by a low stone wall.
11 But a thread of smoke rose from the chimney, and the little railed-in garden in the front of the house was dug and kept very tidy.
12 The vast plumes of smoke and vapour rose from the new works up above, and this was now Stacks Gate: no chapels, no pubs, even no shops.
13 And when she thought of him, the old, old grudge against the world rose up, but especially against the masters, that they had killed him.
14 Now you were just above the tangle of naked railway-lines, and foundries and other 'works' rose about you, so big you were only aware of walls.'
15 When he rose, he kissed both her hands, then both her feet, in their suede slippers, and in silence went away to the end of the room, where he stood with his back to her.
16 And beyond these blocks of dwellings, at the back, rose all the astonishing and frightening overhead erections of a really modern mine, chemical works and long galleries, enormous, and of shapes not before known to man.
17 Stretching with the curious yawn of desire, for he had been alone and apart from man or woman for four years, he rose and took his coat again, and his gun, lowered the lamp and went out into the starry night, with the dog.
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