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PART II - CHAPTER XIX

coveted red garments, which as Small Wives they had never been allowed. Each desired the privilege of being carried through the great gate at death, for you know, My Sister, a concubine in her coffin may pass only through a side gate. Each of the foolish ones bedecked themselves afresh to win again my father's glances.
Each, I say? I forget that one, La-may.
All these months, lingering now into years, she has been on the family estates in the country, and we forgot in the stress of the hour of my mother's death to write her; and it was ten days before the word was carried to her by the hand of my father's steward. Yes, she has lived there quite alone, save for the servants and her son, ever since there was talk of my father's adding a concubine after her. It is true that he never did it, since his interest in the woman waned before the matter was finally arranged, and he decided that she was not worth the amount of money demanded for her by her family. But La-may could not forget that he had desired another. She never came back to him, and since he hates the country, she has known that he would not come to her there.
But when she heard of my mother she came at once and went to the temple where my mother's

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