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PART II - CHAPTER XVII

her ways and her looks, her bearing and her speech, ending always in reproach that she was there at all and pity for the daughter of Li.
At last my brother came to see me. I sat one morning embroidering a pair of shoes for my son -you know it is only seven days more until the festival of Clear Spring-and suddenly the door opened and my brother came in unannounced. He wore Chinese dress, and he looked more as he did in his youth than at any time since his return. Only his face was grave. He sat down and began talking without greeting, as though we continued the conversation from some previous hour.
" Will you not come, Kwei-lan? My mother is very feeble, and I think she is ill. Her will alone remains as strong as ever. She has made a decree that for a year my wife must follow the life of a Chinese woman in the courts. Since my whole inheritance depends on her obedience, we are trying to follow my mother's wishes. But it is like caging a golden oriole ! Come and bring the child."
He rose and walked restlessly about the room, and when I saw his distraction I promised him.
I went therefore that same afternoon to visit my mother, thinking that I might on the way through the courtyards stop to see that other one,

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