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CHAPTER XXVII - Here!

`Aren't you?' he said.
`Yes, I am. But everywhere else it is denied. Only here one feels the full force of one's nobility. The natives still worship
`At moments,' said Ramon. `Later, they will murder you and violate you, for having worshipped you.'
`Is it inevitable?' she said flippantly.
`I think so,' he replied. `If you lived here alone in Sayula, and queened it for a time, you would get yourself murdered - or worse - by the people who had worshipped you.' `I don't think so,' she said.
`I know,' he replied.
`Why?' she said, obstinate.
`Unless one gets one's nobility from the gods and turns to the middle of the sky for one's power, one will be murdered at last.'
`I do get my nobility that way,' she said.
But she did not quite believe it. And she made up her mind still more definitely, to go away.
She wrote to Mexico City, and engaged a berth from Vera Cruz to Southampton: she would sail on the last day of November. Cipriano came home on the seventeenth, and she told him what she had done. He looked at her with his head a little on one side, with a queer boyish judiciousness, but she could not tell at all what he felt.
`You are going already?' he said in Spanish.
And then she knew, at last, that he was offended. When he was offended he never spoke English at all, but spoke Spanish just as if he were addressing another Mexican.
`Yes,' she said. `On the thirtieth.'
`And when do you come back?' he asked.
`Quien sabe! - Who knows!' she retorted.
He let his black eyes rest on her face for some minutes, watching her, unchanging and incomprehensible. He was thinking, superficially, that if he liked, he could use the law and have her prevented from leaving the country - or even from leaving Sayula - since she was legally married to him. There was the old fixity of Indian anger, glinting fixed and relentless in the depths of his eyes. And then the almost invisible change in his face, as the hidden emotion sank down and the

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