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finished the piece at last and Mr. Williams said did I know another one and I said yes. I had been saving it for the last because it was the hardest of all and it sounded so wonderful on account of having so many chords. It was the Poet and Peasant and I played it all the way through with only two mistakes and it was the best I ever played it because I did so want to please Mr. Williams. I was sure he was my ideal because he was so handsome and so kind and he talked so nice. I was very happy when he was standing so near me. I didn't know any more pieces except easy ones and I didn't want to play one like Evening Star after Poet and Peasant. So I got off the piano stool and I sat on the sofa and Mr. Williams came and sat down beside me and I got all red and hot again but he laughed in a very nice kind way. Then he asked me questions about myself and I told him how we lived on the same block all the time and it wasn't bad only mama complained all the time because the elevator on third avenue at the corner made such a noise but it was only a little ways to Central Park and so I liked it. Then Mr. Williams asked me would I like to come with him to Central Park on Sunday and we would go rowing and I said I thought it would be lovely if mama said I could. So we talked some more and I told him how I graduated from public school sixteen but I wasn't very smart in school though I wasn't ever left back and I was always so quiet and the other children teased me but I couldn't help it that I got frightened so easily. Mr. Williams said I needed somebody strong to protect me and I said yes and I thought to myself yes somebody like Mr. Williams because he was so much older and with all his experience in the silk department and he was so big. And then I told him how I stayed home after I graduated and just helped mama in the house and that was why I knew so much about

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