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THE MOTHER

Currito, in the poky room, pricked up his ears when he heard the music.
" They're dancing," he said, and an itching shot down his limbs.
He looked through the curtain and saw the group in the mellow fight of the Chinese lanterns. He saw the two girls dancing. Rosalia wore her Sunday clothes, and, as is customary, she was heavily powdered. A splendid carnation gleamed in her hair. Currito's heart beat quickly. Love in Spain grows fast, and he had thought often of the handsome girl since that day on which he first spoke to her. He moved towards the door.
" What are you doing?" asked La Cachirra.
" I'm going to look at them dance. You never wish me to amuse myself."
" It's Rosalia you want to see."
He pushed her away as she tried to stop him, and joined the group that watched the dancers. La Cachirra followed a step or two, and then stood, half hidden by the gloom, with fury gnawing at her heart. Rosalia saw him.
" Aren't you frightened to look at me?" she whispered, as she passed him.
The dancing had made her light-headed and she felt no fear of La Cachirra. When the measure ended and her partner sank into a chair, Rosalia marched up to Currito and stood in front of him, upright, with her head thrown back and her breast heaving with the rapid motion.
" Of course, you don't know how to dance," she said.
" Yes, I do."
" Well, come then."
She smiled provokingly, but he hesitated. He looked over his shoulder at his mother, whom he divined, rather than saw, in the darkness. Rosalia caught the glance and its meaning.
" Are you afraid?"
" What should I be afraid of?" he asked, with a shrug of the shoulders.
He stepped into the ring. The guitarists strummed

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