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there said when I told her it was alive. She said oh damn. You'd think after this hell she's been through-and believe me she's a very sick girl-that she might be a little frightened or glad to have something to show. Then he quieted down a little and he said sort of sad like it's things like this that make me wish I'd never been a doctor. I suppose really we ought to be glad they killed the poor thing. The mother is certainly feeble minded and the boy's a rogue that's plain to be seen. Tell me how did a woman like you ever come to have such a son. I didn't say anything and he looked at me kind of sharply and said something about an atavism and then he said I'd better go home I looked all in and he looked kind of tired too. I guess I was shivering just from nervousness so before I went home the doctor made me drink something and I asked him again didn't he think the baby would live. I told him I'd take care of it if only it would live and I wouldn't have it on my mind that Danny killed it. But he said no he didn't think so. I asked him how Sadye was too and he said she was going to be sick for a long time. She's had a closer shave than's good for her he said. These forced miscarriages are risky things. So then we said good night and it was five o'clock in the morning and I went out to the street to look for Danny but he wasn't any place. So I started to walk to the subway.
The street was so quiet and dark it made me afraid. I could hear a man's steps on the sidewalk behind me and they sounded so loud. I wanted to turn around and look at him but I was frightened too so I kept on walking and the steps got louder and louder and I got more afraid until at last he caught up to me and he passed me and then I wasn't so frightened.
I went into the subway and I bought a ticket and the man

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