1 Stunning girls, though, in Mexico.
2 But some way he had seemed nearer to her off there in Mexico.
3 He was always intending to go to Mexico, but some way never got there.
4 She herself could think of nothing to say about Mexico or the Mexicans.
5 One letter was written from Vera Cruz and the other from the City of Mexico.
6 Robert spoke of his intention to go to Mexico in the autumn, where fortune awaited him.
7 He had been with her, reading to her all the morning, and had never even mentioned such a place as Mexico.
8 He wrote of the City of Mexico, the buildings, the people and their habits, the conditions of life which he found there.
9 She did not go to Mademoiselle Reisz's nor pass by Madame Lebrun's, as she might have done if he had still been in Mexico.
10 Robert related incidents of his sojourn in Mexico, and Edna talked of events likely to interest him, which had occurred during his absence.
11 The lovers were profiting by the general conversation on Mexico to speak in whispers of matters which they rightly considered were interesting to no one but themselves.
12 As she seated herself and was about to begin to eat her soup, which had been served when she entered the room, several persons informed her simultaneously that Robert was going to Mexico.
13 Madame Ratignolle kissed Edna good-night, and went away, being in truth rather desirous of joining in the general and animated conversation which was still in progress concerning Mexico and the Mexicans.
14 The lady in black had once received a pair of prayer-beads of curious workmanship from Mexico, with very special indulgence attached to them, but she had never been able to ascertain whether the indulgence extended outside the Mexican border.