1 They drew apart with stricken faces.
2 They stood and stared at each other, pale as culprits.
3 They walked on as if they were floating on a summer stream.
4 They strained their eyes at each other through the icy darkness.
5 They walked around to the back of the house, between the rigid gooseberry bushes.
6 They went back into the kitchen without speaking, and Ethan picked up her bag and shawl.
7 They're in a place you don't know about, Zeena answered darkly, with one of her secret looks.
8 They had a little girl with fair curls, who wore a gold locket and was dressed like a princess.
9 They drew their seats up to the table, and the cat, unbidden, jumped between them into Zeena's empty chair.
10 They hailed Ethan with ironic compliment and offers of conviviality; but no one knew where to find the glue.
11 They stood together in the gloom of the spruces, an empty world glimmering about them wide and grey under the stars.
12 They spoke of every-day things, of the prospect of snow, of the next church sociable, of the loves and quarrels of Starkfield.
13 They finished supper, and while Mattie cleared the table Ethan went to look at the cows and then took a last turn about the house.
14 They drove slowly up the road between fields glistening under the pale sun, and then bent to the right down a lane edged with spruce and larch.
15 They turned in at the gate and passed under the shaded knoll where, enclosed in a low fence, the Frome grave-stones slanted at crazy angles through the snow.
16 They went back to the kitchen, and he fetched the coal and kindlings and cleared out the stove for her, while she brought in the milk and the cold remains of the meat-pie.
17 They walked on in silence through the blackness of the hemlock-shaded lane, where Ethan's sawmill gloomed through the night, and out again into the comparative clearness of the fields.
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