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1  Presently Becky began to suspect.
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2  There was no help for Becky now, he said.
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3  Becky Thatcher had stopped coming to school.
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4  I acted mighty mean today, Becky, and I'm so sorry.
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5  Tom decided that he could be independent of Becky Thatcher now.
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6  And he kept drifting about to find Becky and lacerate her with the performance.
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7  Every time he stole a glance at the girls' side of the room Becky's face troubled him.
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8  Becky roused up from her lethargy of distress and showed good interest in the proceedings.
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9  He began to hate himself for throwing away the chance Becky had offered for a reconciliation.
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10  He started to school and had the luck of coming upon Becky Thatcher at the head of Meadow Lane.
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11  Becky snatched at the book to close it, and had the hard luck to tear the pictured page half down the middle.
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12  Becky, glancing in at a window behind him at the moment, saw the act, and moved on, without discovering herself.
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13  In the afternoon Becky Thatcher found herself moping about the deserted schoolhouse yard, and feeling very melancholy.
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14  Becky supposed she would be glad of that, and she tried to believe she was glad of it, but she found she was not certain.
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15  And it maddened him to see, as he thought he saw, that Becky Thatcher never once suspected that he was even in the land of the living.
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16  When Jeff arrived, Tom accosted him; and "led up" warily to opportunities for remark about Becky, but the giddy lad never could see the bait.
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17  Becky hesitating, Tom took silence for consent, and passed his arm about her waist and whispered the tale ever so softly, with his mouth close to her ear.
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18  Then they sat together, with a slate before them, and Tom gave Becky the pencil and held her hand in his, guiding it, and so created another surprising house.
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19  It seemed to Becky, in her hot resentment, that she could hardly wait for school to "take in," she was so impatient to see Tom flogged for the injured spelling-book.
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20  Becky resumed her picture inspections with Alfred, but as the minutes dragged along and no Tom came to suffer, her triumph began to cloud and she lost interest; gravity and absentmindedness followed, and then melancholy; two or three times she pricked up her ear at a footstep, but it was a false hope; no Tom came.
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