1 He felt as if he had never before known what his wife looked like.
2 But since he had seen her lips in the lamplight he felt that they were his.
3 At times, looking at Zeena's shut face, he felt the chill of such forebodings.
4 She slipped out of his hold without speaking, and he stooped down and felt for the key.
5 She stopped short, and he felt, in the darkness, that her face was lifted quickly to his.
6 He felt all the more sorry for the girl because misfortune had, in a sense, indentured her to them.
7 He felt that he might have "gone like his mother" if the sound of a new voice had not come to steady him.
8 It was during their night walks back to the farm that he felt most intensely the sweetness of this communion.
9 He did not even know whether any one else in the world felt as he did, or whether he was the sole victim of this mournful privilege.
10 A mournful peace hung on the fields, as though they felt the relaxing grasp of the cold and stretched themselves in their long winter sleep.
11 Ethan felt that if he had pleaded an urgent need Hale might have made shift to pay him; but pride, and an instinctive prudence, kept him from resorting to this argument.
12 Ethan felt confusedly that there were many things he ought to think about, but through his tingling veins and tired brain only one sensation throbbed: the warmth of Mattie's shoulder against his.
13 Again he listened, fancying he heard a distant sound in the house; then he felt in his pocket for a match, and kneeling down, passed its light slowly over the rough edges of snow about the doorstep.
14 It pleased Ethan to have surprised a pair of lovers on the spot where he and Mattie had stood with such a thirst for each other in their hearts; but he felt a pang at the thought that these two need not hide their happiness.
15 He had now no doubt that Zeena had spoken the truth in saying, the night before, that she had sat up because she felt "too mean" to sleep: her abrupt resolve to seek medical advice showed that, as usual, she was wholly absorbed in her health.
16 A slight engineering job in Florida, put in his way during his period of study at Worcester, increased his faith in his ability as well as his eagerness to see the world; and he felt sure that, with a "smart" wife like Zeena, it would not be long before he had made himself a place in it.
17 It had been one of the wonders of their intercourse that from the first, she, the quicker, finer, more expressive, instead of crushing him by the contrast, had given him something of her own ease and freedom; but now he felt as heavy and loutish as in his student days, when he had tried to "jolly" the Worcester girls at a picnic.
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