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THE MOTHER

Currito arrived and his mother took him quickly to her room.
" She's as jealous of him as if he was her lover," said Pilar.
Rosalia looked at the closed door, laughing again, and her shining eyes were filled with mischief. It occurred to her that it would be very amusing to have a word with Currito. Rosalia's white teeth gleamed at the thought of La Cachirra's anger. She stationed herself at the gate, so that the pair, when they came out, could not help crossing her; but La Cachirra, seeing the girl, moved to the other side of her son so that not even a glance should pass between them. Rosalia shrugged her shoulders.
" You won't beat me so easily as that," she thought.
The Sunday after, when La Cachirra took up her place at the gate, Rosalia went out into the street and strolled along in the direction from which she guessed he would come. In a minute she saw Currito, and walked on, elaborately ignoring him.
" Holal" said he, stopping.
" Is it you? I thought you were afraid to speak to me."
" I'm afraid of nothing," he answered boastingly.
" Except mamma!"
She walked on, as if she wanted him to leave her; but she knew very well he would do no such thing.
" Where are you going?" he asked.
" What has that to do with you, Currito? Go to your mother, my son, or she'll beat you. You're afraid to look at me when. she's with you."
" What nonsense."
" Well, vaya Usted con Dios! I have commissions."
He went off rather sheepishly, and Rosalia laughed to herself. She was in the court-yard once more when he passed through with La Cachirra on his way out; and this time, shamed into courage, he stopped and said good night. La Cachirra turned red with anger.
" Come, Currito," she cried, with a rasping voice. "what are you waiting for?"

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