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CHAPTER II - Tea party in Tlacolula

stir up to the top. They seem to enjoy it. To enjoy making everything fouler. Isn't it curious!'
`It is curious,' said Mrs Norris.
`But that's what it is,' said the judge. `They want to turn the country into one big crime. They don't like anything else. They don't like honesty and decency and cleanliness. They want to foster lies and crime. What they call liberty here is just freedom to commit crime. That's what Labour means, that's what they all mean. Free crime, nothing else.'
`I wonder all the foreigners don't go away,' said Kate.
`They have their occupations here,' snapped the judge.
`And the good people are all going away. They have nearly all gone, those that have anything left to go to,' said Mrs Norris. `Some of us, who have our property here, and who have made our lives here, and who know the country, we stay out of a kind of tenacity. But we know it's hopeless. The more it changes, the worse it is. - Ah, here is Don Ramon and Don Cipriano. So pleased to see you. Let me introduce you.'
Don Ramon Carrasco was a tall, big, handsome man who gave the effect of bigness. He was middle aged, with a large black moustache and large, rather haughty eyes under straight brows. The General was in civilian clothes, looking very small beside the other man, and very smartly built, almost cocky.
`Come,' said Mrs Norris. `Let us go across and have tea.'
The Major excused himself, and took his departure.
Mrs Norris gathered her little shawl round her shoulders and led through a sombre antechamber to a little terrace, where creepers and flowers bloomed thick on the low walls. There was a bell-flower, red and velvety, like blood that is drying: and clusters of white roses: and tufts of bougainvillea, papery magenta colour.
`How lovely it is here!' said Kate. `Having the great dark trees beyond.'
But she stood in a kind of dread.
`Yes it is beautiful,' said Mrs Norris, with the gratification of a possessor. `I have such a time trying to keep these apart.' And going across in her little black shawl, she pushed the bougainvillea away from the rust-scarlet bell-flowers, stroking the little white roses to make them intervene.
`I think the two reds together interesting,' said Owen.

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