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stayed in the cracks and I had a big callous on the first finger of my right hand from peeling potatoes and I couldn't stop crying and I felt like I just couldn't bear it any more and just then Beatty came in and she began to cry because I was crying and she pulled down my hands from my face and kept saying no no mummy no no and she was just only beginning to walk so she was tumbling all around me. I picked her up but I couldn't stop crying and I was crying in her hair but pretty soon I was beginning to smell her hair and that funny baby smell of her hair made me stop crying and I was kissing her head all over and smelling her hair and pretty soon she was laughing because I was tickling her and then she picked up two pieces of the broken discs and she began laughing some more because when she clapped them together they made a loud funny noise and she ran to me and she said see mummy see and I kissed her again all over and I put her down and got up from the floor and took the broom and swept up all the broken pieces into the dustpan and I set the room to rights and I took the little carpet rug from the hall and put it over the worst worn spot in the parlor.

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THEN before I knew it Danny was going to school. He had to stand in the corner the very first day and he was kept in nearly every day and the first term he was left back right away. Frank had to come to school once because he wrote a dirty word on the girls' toilet and Frank whipped him for it

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