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PART II - CHAPTER X

soften the sorrow of my mother. He comforted me with his hand upon my hand, and bade me wait with patience the coming of my brother. When he talked gently with me thus I took hope for the future. But the next morning when he was gone to his work I fell into doubt again. I cannot forget my mother!
Out of the sadness of her life these many years she has had this great hope of the future-the hope of all good women: she has thought of her son's son to stay her old age, to fulfil her duty to the family. How is it that my brother has placed his careless desire before his mother's life? I shall reproach my brother. I will tell him all that my mother said. I will remind him that he is my mother's only son. Then I will say:
" How can you place upon our mother's knees the child of a foreigner?"

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