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  • Stone's good buddy, Private Emery Snowfield, lay between two black stretcher bearers, his exposed viscera crawling with maggots.

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  • Sunday in October this view of the case had become so clear to Adam that he was already on his way to Snowfield, on horseback this time, for his hours were precious now, and he had borrowed Jonathan

    Adam Bede

  • They had expected Hetty to stay away a week or ten days at least, perhaps a little longer if Dinah came back with her, because there might then be somethung to detain them at Snowfield.

    Adam Bede

  • Hetty had not liked the thought of going to Snowfield, and felt no longing to see

    Adam Bede

  • Indeed, you will not miss me; and at Snowfield there are brethren and sisters in great need, who have none of those comforts you have around you.

    Adam Bede

  • There was no coach on a Sunday, but by setting out before it was light, and perhaps getting a lift in a cart by the way, he would arrive pretty early at Snowfield, and bring back Hetty the next day — Dinah too, if she were coming.

    Adam Bede

  • Snowfield, the thought of Arthur had darted through Adam like a sharp pang, but he tried for some time to ward off its return by busying himself with modes of accounting for the alarming fact, quite apart from that intolerable thought.

    Adam Bede

  • Seth went with him the first mile or two, for the thought of Snowfield and the possibility that Dinah might come again made him restless, and the walk with

    Adam Bede

  • Snowfield, and see your face before me as it is now.

    Adam Bede

  • He had often been to Oakbourne and back since that first journey to Snowfield, but beyond Oakbourne the greystone walls, the broken country, the meagre trees, seemed to be telling him afresh the story of that painful past which he knew so well by heart.

    Adam Bede

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