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PART II - CHAPTER XVII

court where he lived, and then irresolutely, and indeed half fearing my mother, I followed him.
I went in then to see the foreigner. She was walking restlessly about the inner court of my brother's apartment. She wore her foreign garb, again, a straight robe of a dark blue colour, cut away to leave bare her white throat. In her hand was a foreign book, open, and covered with short lines of letters running across the middle of each page in little groups.
She walked about reading and frowning as she read, but when she saw me her face changed with her smile, and she stood still until I was at her side. We spoke a few words then, casual words. She could converse quite well now if one spoke of simple matters. I refused to go in, saying I must return to the child, and she was sorry. I mentioned the ancient juniper in the court; she spoke of a toy she was making for my son from cloth stuffed with cotton. I thanked her-and there was no talk left. I waited; then I began my farewell, aching with vague pain, because the seas are between us, and I could do nothing to help my brother or my mother.
But when I turned to leave she suddenly seized my hand and held it fast. I looked at her then, and I saw her shake tears from her eyes with

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