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PART II - CHAPTER XVI

the day before when my mother had been angered with my brother, so that their meeting bore no fruit except disappointment. My brother had hung about the rooms, scarcely speaking to any one, and staring out of the window. If he picked up a book to read it, he threw it down quickly and chose another, only to put that away as quickly.
The foreigner, after observing him thus, withdrew into her own thoughts over a small book of her own. I busied myself with my son that I need not be about them. But so heavy was the disappointment about the house that the cheerfulness of my husband coming in at noon for his rice scarcely lightened my brother's gloom or broke the foreigner's stillness. Therefore when in the afternoon Mrs. Liu came in it was like a cool, fresh wind blowing through the dull, sullen heat of a summer's day.
My brother's wife was seated with her book in her hand, held carelessly, as though she were half-dreaming over it. She stared a little at Mrs. Liu. We have had no visitors since my brother came; our friends have known of our difficult situation and have not come through delicacy, and we have invited no one, because we do not know how to introduce the foreigner. I

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