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1  Oh, never mind that, Catherine.
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2  Another to Catherine, who follows him out.
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3  Now, Catherine, it's of you that he's afraid.
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4  My dear Catherine, I tell you I've looked there.
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5  By the bye, Catherine, you may as well come, too.
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6  Catherine snatches her apron off and throws it behind a bush.
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7  Catherine sits at the stove, with her back to them, embroidering.
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8  She is afraid of Catherine, but even with her goes as far as she dares.
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9  Catherine is hardly less enthusiastic, and much less reserved in shewing her enthusiasm.
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10  Ah, you haven't been campaigning, Catherine: you don't know how pleasant it is for us to sit here, after a good lunch, with nothing to do but enjoy ourselves.
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11  Her reverie is interrupted by her mother, Catherine Petkoff, a woman over forty, imperiously energetic, with magnificent black hair and eyes, who might be a very splendid specimen of the wife of a mountain farmer, but is determined to be a Viennese lady, and to that end wears a fashionable tea gown on all occasions.
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