Stolen Souls

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Frederick A. Stokes, 1895 - Fantasy fiction, English - 305 pages
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Page 114 - ... and stables where he had threshed and hewn and yoked his oxen thirty years if one : all these things, and a hundred like them, were dear to him with all the memories of his entire life; and away from them he could know no peace. He was going away into a great darkness. He had nothing to guide him. The iron of a wasted love, of a useless sacrifice, was in his heart. His instinct drove him where there was peril for Pippa's son:—that was all. If this woman took the lad away from him— where was...
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