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The Well-Beloved
by Thomas Hardy
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Part First -- A Young Man of Twenty.
I. A Supposititious Presentment of Her
II. The Incarnation is Assumed to be True
III. The Appointment
IV. A Lonely Pedestrian
V. A Charge
VI. On the Brink
VII. Her Earlier Incarnations
VIII. 'Too Like the Lightning'
IX. Familiar Phenomena in the Distance
Part Second -- A Young Man of Forty.
I. The Old Phantom Becomes Distinct
II. She Draws Close and Satisfies
III. She Becomes an Inaccessible Ghost
IV. She Threatens to Resume Corporeal Substance
V. The Resumption Takes Place
VI. The Past Shines in the Present
VII. The New Becomes Established
VIII. His Own Soul Confronts Him
IX. Juxtapositions
X. She Fails to Vanish Still
XI. The Image Persists
XII. A Grille Descends Between
XIII. She is Enshrouded from Sight
Part Third -- A Young Man of Sixty.
I. She Returns for the New Season
II. Misgivings on the Re-embodiment
III. The Renewed Image Burns Itself In
IV. A Dash for the Last Incarnation
V. On the Verge of Possession
VI. The Well-Beloved is--Where?
VII. An Old Tabernacle in a New Aspect
VIII. 'Alas for this Grey Shadow, Once a Man!'

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