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And when she came to the meadow, she sat down upon a bank there, and let down her waving locks of hair, which were all of pure silver; and when Curdken saw it glitter in the sun, he ran up, and would have pulled some of the locks out, but she cried: 'Blow, breezes, blow! Let Curdken's hat go! Blow, breezes, blow! Let him after it go! O'er hills, dales, and rocks, Away be it whirl'd Till the silvery locks Are all comb'd and curl'd! Then there came a wind, so strong that it blew off Curdken's hat; and away it flew over the hills: and he was forced to turn and run after it; till, by the time he came back, she had done combing and curling her hair, and had put it up again safe. For anything I knew, his animosity towards the man might otherwise lead to his seeking him out and rushing on his own destruction. Now lookee here, he said, the question being whether you're to be let to live. To him who has, it might not be so easy to burst forth at once into perfect independence, and set all their claims on his gratitude and regard at nought. After favouring them with some heads of that discourse, he remarked that he considered the subject of the day's homily, illchosen; which was the less excusable, he added, when there were so many subjects going about. The paper fell from Boldwood's hands." Harriet was silent.question