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PART II - CHAPTER XVI

haughtiness, and declaring that his wife was right, and that it was foolish in these days of the republic to bow before any one. Although when I heard this I could only marvel and say:
" Is our mother no longer our mother, then, since we have a republic?"
But he was impatient and vexed with everything and heard nothing that was said to him.
But I must be just to the foreigner; she had not really objected to bowing before his mother. I am told she said only this:
" If it is your custom, of course I will do it, although I think it a little foolish, perhaps, to bow like that before any one!"
She was calm, far calmer than my brother, and more confident of the future. She thought always of him and of how to win him back to happiness. Sometimes when she saw him angry she coaxed him away out into the garden or beyond the gate.
Once I looked at them out of the window, and I saw them there in the garden. She was talking to him earnestly, and at last when he still did not answer her, but continued to look gloomily at the ground, she drew her hand gently along his cheek and gazed at him, half-smiling, half-wistful. I do not know what she said to him when they were alone like this, but afterwards my brother

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