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In a tumultuous privacy of Storm.” EMERSON, The Snow Storm. The sun that brief December day. Rose cheerless over hills of gray, And, darkly circled, gave at noon. A sadder light than waning moon. Slow tracing down the thickening sky. Its mute and ominous prophecy, A portent seeming less than threat.

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Snow-Bound at Eagle's. Auckland: The Floating Press, © Named Person. SNOW-BOUND AT EAGLE'S CHAPTER I For some moments profound silence and darkness had accompanied a Sierran stage-coach towards the summit.

The huge, dim bulk of the vehicle, swaying noiselessly on its straps, glided onward and upward as if obeying some mysterious impulse from behind, so faint.

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Snow-Bound at Eagle's by Bret Harte Part 2 out of 3. homepage; Index of Snow-Bound at Eagle's; Previous part (1) Next part (3) Ye might try Hennicker's at a push, eh?" By a common instinct the whole party looked dubiously at Hale.

"Who's Hennicker?" he felt compelled to ask. The ostler hesitated, and glanced at the others to reply.

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For some moments profound silence and darkness had accompanied a Sierran stage-coach towards the summit. The huge, dim bulk of the vehicle, swaying noiselessly on its straps, glided onward and upward as if obeying some mysterious impulse from behind, so faint and indefinite appeared its relation to the viewless and silent horses ahead.

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"I shouldn't like to leave many men alone with that crowd," said Clinch, pressing Hale's hand; "and I wouldn't have allowed your staying behind ef I didn't know I could bet my pile on you. Your offerin' to stay just puts a clean finish on it. Look yer, Hale, I didn't.If I were to analyze the poem “Snow-bound” by John Greenleaf Whittier, I would focus on 1) the historical context, 2) the author’s background and 3) the author’s purpose for writing the poem.