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PART II - CHAPTER XVII

I DID not visit my mother's home for twenty days. I was weary and a little unwell, and when I thought of my mother and of my brother the confusion of my mind increased. When I remembered my husband my heart turned to my brother, and when I held my son in my arms my heart cleaved to my mother.
Moreover, my mother did not send for me, and had I gone unbidden I should not have known how to greet her or to explain my coming. But staying much alone in the quiet house-you know how my son's father works all day and into the night-I wondered and imagined many things.
How was the foreigner spending the long, lingering days? Had my mother seen her again and spoken to her? I knew the slaves and the concubines would be excited and would watch her from behind corners, and the servants would make excuses to fetch tea for my brother and this thing and that in order to see her, and the talk in the kitchen quarters would be about her and

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