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PART II - CHAPTER XIX

my brother went yet once more to my father to ask his formal recognition of his wife. I will tell you, My Sister, what my brother told me.
He said he went into his father's apartments, trying to reassure himself with the favour which his father in the past had shown to his wife. While much that had been done and said was not courteous in meaning, yet my brother hoped that there might be some growth of real liking come out of it. He bowed his head before his father. He said :
" My honoured Father, now that the First Lady, my honoured mother, has departed to dwell beside the Yellow Springs, I, your unworthy son, beg you to deign to hear me."
His father was sitting beside the table drinking. Now he inclined his head, smiled, and, still smiling, he poured wine from the silver jug and sipped it delicately from the tiny jade wine-bowl in his hand. He answered nothing. My brother therefore was encouraged to continue.
" The poor flower from a foreign land now seeks to ascertain her position among us. According to Western marriage customs we were legally married, and in the eyes of her countrymen she is my First Lady. She wishes to be established now according to the laws of our country. This

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