1 Stephen and Rachael in the sick room.
2 Rachael was there, sitting by the bed.
3 But with a doubtful glance at Rachael.
4 He saw Rachael first, as he had heard her only.
5 But in that moment Rachael started up with a suppressed cry.
6 Rachael seemed to have fallen into a doze, in the chair by the bed.
7 She looked at Rachael, and very slowly, very cautiously, poured out the contents.
8 The creature struggled, struck her, seized her by the hair; but Rachael had the cup.
9 Again they went all round the room, scarcely heeding Rachael if at all, and returned to that corner.
10 He knew Rachael well, for a glance at any one of these groups was sufficient to show him that she was not there.
11 He thought of Rachael, how young when they were first brought together in these circumstances, how mature now, how soon to grow old.
12 After a time he controlled himself, and, resting with an elbow on one knee, and his head upon that hand, could look towards Rachael.
13 With a gentleness that was as natural to him as he knew it to be to Rachael, he pursued the subject that interested her in her old age.
14 As the shining stars were to the heavy candle in the window, so was Rachael, in the rugged fancy of this man, to the common experiences of his life.
15 Thou hast been that to me, Rachael, through so many year: thou hast done me so much good, and heartened of me in that cheering way, that thy word is a law to me.
16 Stephen nodded; looking to Rachael for an explanation, which she was quite unable to give him; took the candle, went downstairs, and in a few moments returned, lighting Louisa into the room.
17 No word of a new marriage had ever passed between them; but Rachael had taken great pity on him years ago, and to her alone he had opened his closed heart all this time, on the subject of his p.
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