1 Madame Lebrun flew to the window.
2 Madame Lebrun was busily engaged at the sewing-machine.
3 Madame Lebrun knocked on the table with her knife handle.
4 He had walked up with Madame Lebrun and left her at the house.
5 Madame Lebrun went back to the machine, crimson with annoyance.
6 She looked across at him, where he sat beside Madame Lebrun, who presided.
7 Madame Lebrun grew a trifle hysterical; Robert called his brother some sharp, hard names.
8 She went up in the mornings to Madame Lebrun's room, braving the clatter of the old sewing-machine.
9 The parrot and the mockingbird were the property of Madame Lebrun, and they had the right to make all the noise they wished.
10 The little negro girl who worked Madame Lebrun's sewing-machine was sweeping the galleries with long, absent-minded strokes of the broom.
11 The little black girl came in to say that Madame Lebrun would like to have Mrs. Pontellier go and sit with them over at the house till Mr. Robert went away.
12 An unusual number of husbands, fathers, and friends had come down to stay over Sunday; and they were being suitably entertained by their families, with the material help of Madame Lebrun.
13 "Sometimes I am tempted to think that Mrs. Pontellier is capricious," said Madame Lebrun, who was amusing herself immensely and feared that Edna's abrupt departure might put an end to the pleasure.
14 Madame Lebrun was bustling in and out, giving orders in a high key to a yard-boy whenever she got inside the house, and directions in an equally high voice to a dining-room servant whenever she got outside.
15 She had no desire to sleep or to retire; nor did she feel like going over to sit with the Ratignolles, or to join Madame Lebrun and a group whose animated voices reached her as they sat in conversation before the house.
16 Now, flanked by its dozen or more cottages, which were always filled with exclusive visitors from the "Quartier Francais," it enabled Madame Lebrun to maintain the easy and comfortable existence which appeared to be her birthright.
17 She gazed around the room at the pictures and photographs hanging upon the wall, and discovered in some corner an old family album, which she examined with the keenest interest, appealing to Madame Lebrun for enlightenment concerning the many figures and faces which she discovered between its pages.
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