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and it came to me that Danny had been so quiet up there all the time Beatty and Artie were talking so I knew he must have been listening and my heart sort of sank. I don't know why but I didn't want Danny to know about Beatty and now I was sure he heard everything because his window was right on the garden and they had been talking under his window but there wasn't anything I could do about it now and then I thought well what harm if Danny knows.
Only I noticed from now on Danny was beginning to act nasty again to Beatty like he used to not in any way you could lay your finger on but he'd sort of look at her and grin like he was making fun of her. One time she was arguing with Artie about some of her ideas and Danny began to laugh right in the middle and nobody asked him what he was laughing at but his laughing like that when they were talking so seriously sounded terrible. After that I tried to keep Danny and Beatty separated.

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AsouT the end of the week Artie came home and while they were eating in the kitchen he told Beatty his friend the lawyer said she had a perfect case because there was a law that the father must support his child until the child is sixteen years old so Beatty said no she didn't want that because she did not want him ever to have anything to do with the child she only wanted enough money to last until she could get a job and to pay for the doctor and the hospital and she thought

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