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PART I - CHAPTER VIII
THE RIOT OF CHRISTMAS

`Well-of course-one can be free to dance all the more with the really nice men whom one never marries.'
'Why not?'
'Oh-you can only marry one-'
'Of course.'
'There he is-he's coming for me! Oh, Frank, you leave me to the tender mercies of the world at large. I thought you'd forgotten me, dear.'
` I thought the same,' replied her Golaud, a great fat fellow with a childish, bare face. He smiled awesomely, and one never knew what he meant to say.
We drove home in the early Christmas morning. Lettie, warmly wrapped in her cloak, had had a little stroll with her lover in the shrubbery. She was still brilliant, flashing in her movements. He, as he bade her good-bye, was almost beautiful in his grace and his low, musical tone. I nearly loved him myself: She was very fond towards him. As we came to the gate where the private road branched from the highway, we heard John say 'Thank you'-and looking out, saw our two boys returning from the pit. They were very grotesque in the dark night as the lamplight fell on them, showing them grimy, flecked with bits of snow. They shouted merrily their good wishes. Lettie leaned out and waved to them, and they cried "Ooray!' Christmas came in with their acclamations.

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