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PART I - CHAPTER VII
LETTIE PULLS DOWN THE SMALL GOLD GRAPES

I-I 'm thinking you're just like Narcissus-a sweet, beautiful youth.'
'Be serious-do.'
,It would be dangerous. You'd die of it, and I-I should-'
' What !'
`Be just like I am now-serious.'
He looked proudly, thinking she referred to the earnestness of her love.

In the wood the wind rumbled and roared hoarsely overhead, but not a breath stirred among the soddened bracken. An occasional raindrop was shaken out of the trees; I slipped on the wet paths. Black bars striped the grey treetrunks, where water had trickled down; the bracken was overthrown, its yellow ranks broken. I slid down the steep path to the gate, out of the wood.
Armies of cloud marched in rank across the sky, heavily laden, almost brushing the gorse on the common. The wind was cold and disheartening. The ground sobbed at every step. The brook was full, swirling along, hurrying, talking to itself, in absorbed intent tones. The clouds darkened; I ,felt the rain. Careless of the mud, I ran, and burst into the fann kitchen.
The children were painting, and they immediately claimed my help.
'Emily-and George-are in the front room,' said the mother, quietly, foi it was Sunday afternoon. I satisfied the little ones; I said a few words to the mother, and sat down to take off my clogs.
In the parlour, the father, big and comfortable, was sleeping in an arm-chair. Emily was writing at the tableshe hurriedly hid her papers when I entered. George was sitting by the fire, reading. He looked up as I entered, and I loved him when he looked up at me, and as he lingered on his quiet 'Hallo!' His eyes were beautifully eloquentas eloquent as a kiss.
We talked in subdued murmurs, because the father was asleep, opulently asleep, his tanned face as still as a brown pear against the wall. The clock itself went slowly, with languid throbs. We gathered round the fire, and talked

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