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drinking a terrible lot and he vomited in the parlor and all over and I had to clean it up. Beatty began to moan and moan and she said I'll kill him I'll kill him and then she threw herself down on her bed and she sobbed and sobbed and kept moaning and crying and even after I put Danny to bed and we were all asleep I heard Jenny get up in the middle of the night and get her a glass of water.
But a terrible thing happened one time. Danny got some kind of sickness and Artie wouldn't let me nurse him. Artie slept up in the attic and he made me boil everything that Danny used and all day and all night I passed him basins of hot water and cloths. Beatty seemed to know all about it and she said when he gets better if he stays in this house I'm going to get out. I was so miserable because I knew Danny's sickness came from badness and had something to do with bad girls and I was worried maybe Artie wasn't taking care of him right and I could hear Danny making noises like he was in awful pain but Artie wouldn't let me in and all the time Beatty went around the house sort of eating out her heart and feeding up her hate and her eyes getting darker and darker with big circles under them and her face showing how she was suffering something that maybe I couldn't understand.

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