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PART I - CHAPTER II

comfort her. My mother was a little kinder to her than usual. I heard Wang Da Ma mutter' angrily:
" Oh, yes, now we shall soon have another idle woman to feed. He is weary of this one already !"
From that day the Fourth Lady brooded. She became discontented, with fits of irritability and profound weariness of the humdrum existence in a women's courtyard. She had been used to the feasting and the admiration of men. She became very melancholy, and later even tried to throw away her own life. But that was after my marriage. It is not to be supposed from all this that our life at home was a sad one. It was really very happy, and many of our neighbours envied my mother. My father had never ceased to respect her for her intellect and for her capable management of his affairs. She never reproached him for anything.
Thus they lived in dignity and peace.

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