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THE MOTHER

away and the onlookers rhythmically clapped their hands, punctuating the time with an occasional cry of Ole. A girl gave Currito a pair of castanets and the pair began to dance. They heard a little hiss, as of a serpent in the darkness, and Rosalia, quite reckless now, looked with a laugh at the face, ghastly white, that gleamed from the shadows. La Cachirra did not move. She watched the movements of the dance, the swaying of the bodies, the intricate steps; she saw Rosalia lean back with a graceful gesture and smile in Currito's face as he wound about her, clapping his castanets. Her eyes glowed like coals of fire and she felt them burning in the sockets; but no one noticed her, and she gave a groan. of rage. The dance came to an end, and Rosalia, smiling with pleasure at the applause, told Currito she did not know he could dance so well.
La Cachirra flung herself into her room and bolted the door. She gave no answer when Currito came and bade her open.
" Well, I shall go home," he said.
Her heart bled with pain, but she would not speak. He was all she had, all she loved in the world; and yet she hated him. She could not sleep that night, but lay thinking, half-madly, that they were robbing her of her son. In the morning she did not go to work, but lay in wait for Rosalia. The girl came out at last, rather bedraggled after the night's festivities, and she started when La Cachirra suddenly faced her.
" What do you want with my son?"
" What do you mean?" replied Rosalia, assuming an expression of surprise.
La Cachirra quivered with passion and she bit her hand to keep herself quiet.
" Oh, you know what I mean. You're stealing him from me." "Do you think I want your son? Keep him away from me.
I can't help it if he runs after me wherever I go." "That's a lie!"
" Ask himl" And now Rosalia's voice was so scornful that La Cachirra could hardly contain herself. "He waits an hour in the street to see me. Why don't you keep him to yourself?"

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