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I've said I did not love her, and rather relished mortifying her vanity now and then: besides, she hurt me extremely; so I started up from my knees, and screamed out, 'Oh, Miss, that's a nasty trick!
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.org Title: Wuthering Heights Author: Emily Bronte Release Date: April 19, 2007 eBook #768 This file last updated on August 28, 2010 Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-646-US (US-ASCII) ***START OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK WUTHERING HEIGHTS*** Transcribed from the 1910 John Murray edition by David Price, email firstname.lastname@example.org WUTHERING HEIGHTS CHAPTER I 1801.--I have just returned from a visit to my landlord--the solitary neighbour that I shall be troubled with.
In vapid listlessness I leant my head against the window, and continued spelling over Catherine Earnshaw--Heathcliff--Linton, till my eyes closed; but they had not rested five minutes when a glare of white letters started from the dark, as vivid as spectres--the air swarmed with Catherines; and rousing myself to dispel the obtrusive name, I discovered my candle-wick reclining on one of the antique volumes, and perfuming the place with an odour of roasted calf-skin.
I started in dangerous territory, she thought, leaving the rooms of the palace and entering the dark outer hallway.
It struck me directly she must have started for Penistone Crags.
An' I wisht I'd never started on this trip, Henry.
You started with a certain stock, and by the end of the year, you hoped to have increased that stock.
He stood a considerable period, viewing the carriage-road through the grounds; then started off at a brisk pace, as if he had detected something, and reappeared presently, leading Miss's pony; and there she was, just dismounted, and walking by its side.
So he started out to look for the cave and his mother, feeling at the same time an overwhelming rush of loneliness and helplessness.
Above all, as I have implied, the man who goes alone can start to-day; but he who travels with another must wait till that other is ready, and it may be a long time before they get off.
Nanrovah, his daughter restored to him, had started by announcing his changed mind.
"You must take good care of him, Matt," Scott said, as they started down the hill.
Vivenna opened her mouth to object, but she noticed Tonk Fah wandering over, and didn't want him to start into the discussion as well.
And does the trial start over again?”
When it was daylight, the girl bathed her face in a little rippling brook, and soon after they all started toward the Emerald City.
On mornings when I did not care for the ride, my teacher and I would start after breakfast for a ramble in the woods, and allow ourselves to get lost amid the trees and vines, with no road to follow except the paths made by cows and horses.
He mourned over his monkey until he reached Panama, where he rested a day, and then bought a mule and started across the Isthmus.
Susebron had yet to arrive and they had apparently started without him.
She bade her friends good-bye, and again started along the road of yellow brick.
And he started towards the pair seated on the anchor.
Into this I rushed, engaged a bicycle, and was able to get started before the carriage was quite out of sight.
We can't start until this evening, though.
So off they started about Irish sports and shoneen games the like of lawn tennis and about hurley and putting the stone and racy of the soil and building up a nation once again and all to that.
“A question was once, somehow or other, started between Collins and me, of the propriety of educating the female sex in learning, and their abilities for study.
Then they started round the room again looking for it; and then they met again in the centre, and stared at one another.
We started through the woods on a run.
He had apparently forfeited his last vestige of honor by publishing his Reply of the Church; the suit started against him by Professor Clausen still dragged its laborious way through the court; and his anxiety over the present state of the church was greatly increased by the weight of his personal troubles.
The things necessary to Buddhism are a very mild climate, customs of great gentleness and liberality, and no militarism; moreover, it must get its start among the higher and better educated classes.
It starts below Suez and leads to the Bay of Pelusium.”
He started around the end of the lake, and for a moment he thought that the shape of a woman, clothed in black, detached itself from the shadow.
The qualities of the fiery Mount of Mars, from which such a Line of Head starts inside the Life Line, is largely the cause of the peculiarities above indicated.
A ripple of joy started beneath his warm hand and spread like an echo bouncing over her skin.
Having hardly any time for consideration,—my watch showing me that the coach started within half an hour,—I resolved to go.
Moreover, a long train of wounded was seen to start during the afternoon for the south.
At half-past ten, Tom Moody, Sir Huddlestone Fuddlestone's huntsman, was seen trotting up the avenue, followed by the noble pack of hounds in a compact body--the rear being brought up by the two whips clad in stained scarlet frocks--light hard-featured lads on well-bred lean horses, possessing marvellous dexterity in casting the points of their long heavy whips at the thinnest part of any dog's skin who dares to straggle from the main body, or to take the slightest notice, or even so much as wink, at the hares and rabbits starting under their noses.