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APPEARANCE AND REALITY

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" The daughter of poor but honest parents, I have no reason to be ashamed of my origins, and it is not because I have earned rny living in a humble sphere that you have the right to reproach me."
" Do you love this boy?"
" Yes."
" And not me?"
" You too. I love you both, but I love you differently. I love you because you are so distinguished and your conversation is instructive and interesting. I love you because you are kind and generous. I love him because his eyes are so big and his hair waves and he dances divinely. It's very natural."
" You know that in my position I cannot take you to places where they dance and I daresay when he's as old as I am he'll have no more hair than I have."
" That may well be true," Lisette agreed, but she did not think it much mattered.
" What will your aunt, the respectable Madame Saladin, say to you when she hears what you have done?"
" It will not be exactly a surprise to her."
" Do you mean to say that worthy woman countenances your conduct? 0 tempora, o moresl How long then has this been going on?"
" Since I first went to the shop. He travels for a big silk firm in Lyons. He came in one day with his samples. We liked the look of one another."
" But your aunt was there to defend you from the temptations to which a young girl is exposed in Paris. She should

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