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1  "No," said the reddleman abruptly.
Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy
Get Context   In BOOK 1: 2 Humanity Appears upon the Scene, Hand in Hand with Trouble
2  The reddleman looked in the old man's face.
Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy
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3  The reddleman started, and held up his finger.
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4  The reddleman hastened to the back, looked in, and came away again.
Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy
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5  The reddleman turned his head, and replied in sad and occupied tones.
Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy
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6  It was soon evident that this was the reddleman who had inquired for her.
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7  "Well, thank you for telling me," said the young reddleman, smiling faintly.
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8  "Why, you'll be safe to meet the reddleman that I told ye of," said Fairway.
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9  The reddleman followed with the lantern, and, stepping up first, assisted Mrs. Yeobright to mount beside him.
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10  The reddleman had not been gone more than a few minutes when another person approached the partially revived bonfire.
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11  Possibly these two might not have spoken again till their parting, had it not been for the reddleman's visits to his van.
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12  The reddleman watched his form as it diminished to a speck on the road and became absorbed in the thickening films of night.
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13  The scene before the reddleman's eyes was a gradual series of ascents from the level of the road backward into the heart of the heath.
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14  The reddleman had appeared conscious of as much, and, while Mrs. Yeobright looked in upon her, he cast his eyes aside with a delicacy which well became him.
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15  Now, as they thus pursued their way, the reddleman occasionally left his companion's side, and, stepping behind the van, looked into its interior through a small window.
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16  He would then return to the old man, who made another remark about the state of the country and so on, to which the reddleman again abstractedly replied, and then again they would lapse into silence.
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17  On the door being opened she perceived at the end of the van an extemporized couch, around which was hung apparently all the drapery that the reddleman possessed, to keep the occupant of the little couch from contact with the red materials of his trade.
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