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PART II - CHAPTER XVI

brother's wife to pack her boxes. If I could talk to her freely in our own language I would say:
" Remember that she is aged and suffering, and that you have taken away from her all that she had." But I can say nothing because our speech together is broken with words not understood.

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To-day my brother and his wife have removed themselves to his ancestral home. They will live in the old apartments where my brother spent his youth. She will not be allowed to sleep or eat or linger in the women's apartments. Thus my mother still refuses to recognize her.
Now that they are gone I am glad to be alone with my husband and my child, and yet with their going some life has departed from the house. It is as if the west wind had departed at sunset and left stillness that was a little dead.
I think of them and picture them in the old rooms alone together. I said to my husband last night:
" What will come of all this trouble?"
He shook his head in doubt. Then he said: "With those two under one roof, the old and

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