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1  The garden in which the cottage stood was surrounded by a wall, and could only be entered through a door.
Tess of the d'Urbervilles By Thomas Hardy
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2  A loud laugh from behind Tess's back, in the shade of the garden, united with the titter within the room.
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3  Meanwhile Tess was walking thoughtfully among the gooseberry-bushes in the garden, and over Prince's grave.
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4  A far more satisfactory time than when she practised in the garden was this whistling by the cages each morning.
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5  The floating pollen seemed to be his notes made visible, and the dampness of the garden the weeping of the garden's sensibility.
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6  Returning along the garden path Tess mused on what the mother could have wished to ascertain from the book on this particular day.
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7  He worked harder the next day in digging a grave for Prince in the garden than he had worked for months to grow a crop for his family.
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8  As soon as she was alone within the walled garden she sat herself down on a coop, and seriously screwed up her mouth for the long-neglected practice.
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9  My Tess, no doubt, almost as many experiences as that wild convolvulus out there on the garden hedge, that opened itself this morning for the first time.
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10  Her misgiving was such that at dusk, when the milking was over, she walked in the garden alone, to continue her regrets that she had disclosed to him her discovery of his considerateness.
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11  All were watching somebody in the garden with deep interest, their three faces close together: a jovial and round one, a pale one with dark hair, and a fair one whose tresses were auburn.
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12  But on drawing nearer she perceived that it was a cloud of dust, lit by candles within the outhouse, whose beams upon the haze carried forward the outline of the doorway into the wide night of the garden.
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13  It was now the season for planting and sowing; many gardens and allotments of the villagers had already received their spring tillage; but the garden and the allotment of the Durbeyfields were behindhand.
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14  The community of fowls to which Tess had been appointed as supervisor, purveyor, nurse, surgeon, and friend made its headquarters in an old thatched cottage standing in an enclosure that had once been a garden, but was now a trampled and sanded square.
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15  The front door being open she could see straight through the house into the garden at the back as far as the shades of night would allow; and nobody appearing to her knock, she traversed the dwelling and went up the path to the outhouse whence the sound had attracted her.
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16  At the earliest moment she obtained what others she could procure, and in a few days her father was well enough to see to the garden, under Tess's persuasive efforts: while she herself undertook the allotment-plot which they rented in a field a couple of hundred yards out of the village.
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17  Rolliver's inn, the single alehouse at this end of the long and broken village, could only boast of an off-licence; hence, as nobody could legally drink on the premises, the amount of overt accommodation for consumers was strictly limited to a little board about six inches wide and two yards long, fixed to the garden palings by pieces of wire, so as to form a ledge.
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