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PART I - CHAPTER VIII
THE RIOT OF CHRISTMAS

`The swine,' she said, as if she only understood his first reference to the Prodigal Son. He put the apple on the table.
`Don't you want it?` she said.
`Mother,' he said, comically, as if jesting, 'she is offering me the apple like Eve.'
Like a flash, she snatched the apple from him, hid it in her skirts a moment, looking at him with dilated eyes, and then she flung it at the fire. She missed, and the father leaned forward and picked it off the hob, saying:
`The pigs may as well have it. You were slow, Georgewhen a lady offers you a thing you don't have to make mouths.'
`A ce qu'il parait,' she cried, laughing now at her ease, boisterously.'
`Is she making love, Emily?' asked the father, laughing suggestively.
`She says it too fast for me,' said Emily.
George was leaning back in his chair, his hands in his breeches pockets.
'We shall have to finish his raisins after all, Emily,' said Lettie brightly. 'Look what a lazy animal he is.'
`He likes his comfort,' said Emily, with irony.
`The picture of content-solid, healthy, easy-moving content-' continued Lettie. As he sat thus, with his head thrown back against the end of the ingle-seat, coatless, his red neck seen in repose, he did indeed look remarkably comfortable.
`I shall never fret my fat away,' he said stolidly.
'No-you and I-we are not like CyriL We do not burn our bodies in our heads-or our hearts, do we?'
'We have it in common,' said he, looking at her indifferently beneath his lashes, as his head was tilted back.
Lettie went on with the paring and coring of her applesthen she took the raisins. Meanwhile, Emily was making the house ring as she chopped the suet in a wooden bowl. The children were ready for bed. They kissed us all good night-save George. At last they were gone, accompanied by their mother. Emily put down her chopper, and sighed that her arm was aching, so I relieved her. The chopping went on for a long time, while the

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