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PART I - CHAPTER VI
THE EDUCATION OF GEORGE

the four-lipped burs of beech-nuts, and the quaint little nut, pyramids were scattered among the ruddy fallen leaves, Emily gathered a few nuts.
' I love beech-nuts,' she said, `but they make me long for my childhood agairr, till I could almost cry out. To go out for beech-nuts before breakfast; to thread them for necklaces before supply ;-to be the envy of the others at school next day! Therf was as much pleasure in a beech necklace then as theie is in the whole autumn now-and no sadness. There are no more unmixed joys after you have grown up,' She kept her face to the ground as she spoke, and she continued to gather the fruits.
'Do you find any with nuts in?' I asked.
`Not many-here-here are two, three. You have them No-I don't care about them.'
I stripped one of its horny brown coat and gave it to her. She opened her mouth slightly to take it, looking up into my eyes. Some people, instead of bringing with them clouds of glory, trail clouds of sorrow; they are born with 'the gift of sorrow ';` sorrows,' they proclaim, 'alone are real. The veiled grey angels of sorrow work out slowly the beautiful shapes. Sorrow is beauty, and the supreme blessedness.' You read it in their eyes, and in the tones of their voices. Emily had the gift of sorrow. It fascinated me, but it drove me to rebellion.
We followed the soft, smooth-bitten turf road under the old beeches. The hill-side fell away, dishevelled with thistles and coarse grass. Soon we were in sight of the Kennels, the red old Kennels which had been the scene of so much animation in the time of Lord Byron. They were empty now, overgrown with weeds. The barred windows of the cottages were grey with dust; there was no need now to protect the windows from cattle, dog, or man. One of the three houses was inhabited. Clear water trickled through a wooden runnel into a great stone trough outside near the door.
'Come here,' said I to Emily. 'Let me fasten the back of your dress.'
'Is it undone?' she asked, looking quickly over her shoulder, and blushing.
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