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Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Thomas Hardy

He had been held to her by a beautiful thread which it pained him to spoil by breaking, rather than by a chain he could not break. — Thomas Hardy

Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Thomas Hardy

But you are too lovely even to care to be kind as others are. — Thomas Hardy

Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Suzanne Collins

Katniss Everdeen owes her last name to Bathsheba Everdene, the lead character in 'Far From the Madding Crowd.' The two are very different, but both struggle with knowing their hearts. — Suzanne Collins

Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Thomas Hardy

You know, mistress, that I love you, and shall love you always — Thomas Hardy

Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Thomas Hardy

There are considerations even before my consideration for you; reparations to be made-ties you know nothing of. If you repent of marrying, so do I. — Thomas Hardy

Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Thomas Hardy

When the love-led man had ceased from his labours Bathsheba came and looked him in the face.
'Gabriel, will you you stay on with me?' she said, smiling winningly, and not troubling to bring her lips quite together again at the end, because there was going to be another smile soon.
'I will,' said Gabriel.
And she smiled on him again. — Thomas Hardy

Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Thomas Hardy

Don't take on about her, Gabriel. What difference does it make whose sweetheart she is, since she can't be yours?'
'That's the very thing I say to myself,' said Gabriel. — Thomas Hardy

Bathsheba From Far From The Madding Crowd Quotes By Thomas Hardy

The difference between love and respect was markedly shown in her conduct. Bathsheba had spoken of her interest in Boldwood with the greatest freedom to Liddy, but she only communed with her own heart concerning Troy. — Thomas Hardy