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Our expeditions are but tours, and come round again at evening to the old hearthside from which we set out.
"That 's jest the way with my man," said the little woman who took her ideas of life from the literature in The Hearthside.
THE UNCALLEDPAUL LAURENCE DUNBAR
Cally gave him a look full of young reproach, rose with nervous purposelessness, and went over to the empty hearthside.
V. V.'S EYESHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON
On the cheerless hearthside, the lovers stood, and each knew that words once spoken live forever.
V. V.'S EYESHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON
It was a forlorn and dejected tinker that returned alone to the empty hearthside.
He is not to act as priest except at the Compitalia or at the hearthside.
She looked about the room, as if to seek concurrence from the hearthside gods.
He continued to write, and in 1899 published Lyrics of the Hearthside, dedicated to his wife.

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