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  • "Hearken," whispered the astrologer into the woman's ear.

    Morning Star

  • "Hearken," said the Molimo, in a thin, trembling voice.

    Benita, an African romance

  • "Hearken," I said to the charioteer as they came, "run as you never ran before, and bring up the guard behind!"

    Moon of Israel

  • "Hearken," said Leonard, "while you revelled, the last of Mavoom's men vanished, and these are left in their place," and he pointed to the knives.

    The People of the Mist

  • "Hearken," said King Peter softly to the Dame, "how he reckons it all his own; my day is done, my dear."

    The Well at the World's End: a tale

  • "Hearken," he cried to the counsellor; "I have guessed it for long, and now I am sure of it.

    Black Heart and White Heart

  • "Hearken," said the man to his companions, "this is Macumazahn himself and no other.

    She and Allan

  • "Hearken," he said: "I swear this, that before snow falls again in

    Eric Brighteyes

  • "Hearken," she went on, hiding her fair face in her hands: "it is true that for life and death I love thee now as ever -- how much thou mayest never know.

    Eric Brighteyes

  • "Hearken," said Otter: "there is none nigh us, so I will speak straight out; for I love thee since the justing when we tried our might together.

    The Well at the World's End: a tale


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