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Mothers Cry

But Jenny was always the same. Quiet and kind of afraid to be looked at. She was good at school and always got promoted but she wasn't exactly smart. She helped me more and more in the house and she could make breakfast for the family all by herself. She helped me with the sewing too and she could make nice buttonholes and she could sew straight seams on the sewing machine after I basted them.
Beatty didn't worry me like Danny but I couldn't understand her at all. She wouldn't help me regularly like Jenny but just when she felt like it she'd get all excited and pick out something like cleaning out the cellar or scrubbing the bottoms clean of all the pots and pans or polishing the faucets in the sink or washing all the radiators. She hated to sew. But she was crazy about reading. She didn't read books like Artie about making things but just stories. She belonged to the public library and then because the librarian wouldn't let her have but one book in two days because she said she would ruin her eyes and ought to be in the open air Beatty got books from a church library around the corner and she got books from the school library and sometimes she would read two books in one day. She would be reading when she was eating and she was always reading in school and getting into trouble. Her teacher said she was a brilliant child but insufferable. They said she was fresh and answered back and was too full of her rights.
Beatty liked to play the piano too but she made me change her teacher because she said she didn't want to play such silly pieces as The Maidens Prayer like Jenny and she made me get her another teacher. The new teacher was a Jew and his name was Simon and he taught her such funny things and they didn't seem to have any tunes. He was twice as dear as jenny's teacher but when I told him I couldn't afford to pay

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