Hound of the Baskervilles
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"So it came to pass that one Michaelmas this Hugo, with five or six of his idle and wicked companions, stole down upon the farm and carried of the maiden..." (page 507)
"When they had brought her to the Hall the maiden was placed in an upper chamber..." (page 507)
"At last in the stress of fear she did that which might have daunted the bravest or most active man, for by the aid of the growth of ivy which covers (and still covers) the south wall she came down from under the eaves..." (page 507-508)
"It chanced that some little time later Hugo left his guests to carry food to his captive, and so found the cage empty and the bird escaped." (page 507)
"And while the revelers stood aghast at the fury of the man, one more wicked than the rest cried out that they should put the hounds upon her. Whereat Hugo ran from the house, crying to his grooms that they should saddle his mare..." (page 508)
"...and there in the center lay the unhappy maid....but it was not the sight of her body, nor yet was it that of the body of Hugo Baskerville lying near her...but it was that, standing over Hugo, and plucking at his throat, there stood a foul thing, a great, black beast, shaped like a hound, yet larger than any hound....And even as they looked the thing tore the throat of Hugo Baskerville..." (page 508)
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