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PART II - CHAPTER X

slave remove a certain sweet oil cake from the table before he came in, because he loved it and would eat it, and it always made him ill; and lest seeing it he would desire it, and she be compelled to refuse it to him.
Even as a youth his life was thus made smooth before him. It did not occur to me to mark the difference made between him and me. I did not at any time dream of being on an equality with my brother. It was not necessary. I had no such important part to fulfil in the family as he, the first son and the heir of my father.
Always in those days I loved my brother above all others. I walked by his side in the gardens, clinging to his hand. Together we stooped above the shallow pools, searching in the green shadow for the particular gold-fish we called our own. Together we collected little stones of varied colours and built fairy courts patterned after our own courts, only infinitely small and intricate in design. When he taught me to move my brush carefully over the outlined characters of my first writing-book, guiding my hand with his own placed over it, I considered him the wisest of human beings. Wherever he went in the women's courts I followed behind him like a little dog, and if he went beyond the arched gate into the men's

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