It is possible that Hagar is still living there and that Isaac has gone to visit her following his mother's death.
Two of his children were saved by the courage and sagacity of his negro slave Hagar.
Hagar resumed her knitting and her rocking with fresh vigor.
But when Sarai wanted to make Hagar do her work, she ran away and fled into the wilderness.
Hagar had informed him that his young mistress was in the house.
But the Fadeea have returned from the Hagar, finding themselves not pursued.
Hagar shifted her blanket and thrust out a stubborn under lip.
But she must see Hagar Catherson at once, no matter what the time or the difficulties.
Hagar forgot her petulance, and became curious as any white woman.
But Hagar—who can describe the world of meaning in her face?