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THE KITE

"Isn't she working?"
" Well, no, she says after working for donkeys' years as you might say, now she's married she's going to take it easy, and of course someone's got to keep the place clean and do the cooking."
So it went on for six months, and then one Saturday afternoon when the Sunburys were as usual on the common Mrs. Sunbury said to her husband:
" Did you see what I saw, Samuel?"
" I saw Herbert, if that's what you mean. I didn't mention it because I thought it would only upset you."
" Don't speak to him. Pretend you haven't seen him."
Herbert was standing among the idle lookers-on. He made no attempt to speak to his parents, but it did not escape Mrs. Sunbury that he followed with all his eyes the flight of the big kite he had flown so often. It began to grow chilly and the Sunburys went home. Mrs. Sunbury's face was brisk with malice.
" I wonder if he'll come next Saturday," said Samuel.
" If I didn't think betting wrong I'd bet you sixpence he will, Samuel. I've been waiting for this all along."
" You have ?"
" I knew from the beginning he wouldn't be able to keep away from it."
She was right. On the following Saturday and on every Saturday after that when the weather was fine Herbert turned up on the common. No intercourse passed. He just stood there for a while looking on and then strolled away. But after things had been going on like this for several weeks, the Sunburys had a surprise for him. They weren't flying the big kite which he was used to, but a new one, a box-kite, a small one, on the model for which he had made the designs himself. He saw it was creating a lot of interest among the other kite-flyers; they were standing round it and Mrs. Sunbury was talking volubly. The first time Samuel ran down the hill with it the thing didn't rise, but flopped miserably on the ground, and Herbert clenched

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