The Three Strangers
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|"The Three Strangers"|
|Published in||Longman's Magazine
|Followed by||"The Withered Arm"|
The story is a pastoral history told by an omniscient narrator more than 50 years after the event. The sheep-stealer is a kind of folk hero who stole to survive and escaped by outsmarting his hangman.
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- Pinion, F. B. (1978). A Hardy Companion. London.