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Mothers Cry

And what about the bolshevism Artie said laughing. And Beatty said don't you worry I'm as good a bolshevick as ever and more so.
And what about husbands Artie said. Do you still believe in the perfection of man.
If you mean am I going to get married I certainly am not. I'm still holding on to my own little torso as my private property and I'm still believing that if you can't trust a man long enough to be the father of your children you certainly don't want to trust him for life.
Alice laughed and said I wouldn't trust Arthur from here to around the corner. And just let him try to go after a dizzy blonde and I'll sue him for so much alimony he'll not have enough left to get her a chocolate eclair with. Darling it's girls like you who are a menace to girls like me. You bring down prices terribly.
So Beatty laughed and she said one thing I've learned and that is to never take a decent idea seriously into company so I won't get indignant. Maybe some of my earnestness on some questions has gone the way of adolescence but on the sex question it still stays the same. I wonder-I may find that only one more illusion too. And her face got serious for a minute.
So Artie said then you admit some of your ideas were. illusions.
And Beatty only said I've been hungry Artie. Then she got fooling again and she said but there are plenty of ideas left big brother even if I withhold their sensitive surfaces from the rough treatment of your bourgeoisie.
Then Beatty was telling how she saw Artie's picture in the Sunday section of her paper in Paris it was the New York Herald and so she got homesick and decided she'd come home and give his silly old building a look.

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