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1  The child was mistress of the situation.
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2  In some way you seem to me like a child, Edna.
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3  Even as a child she had lived her own small life all within herself.
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4  He assured her the child was consuming at that moment in the next room.
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5  I was a little unthinking child in those days, just following a misleading impulse without question.
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6  It seems to me, my dear child," said the Doctor at parting, holding her hand, "you seem to me to be in trouble.
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7  She wished them to taste something of the life their father had lived and known and loved when he, too, was a little child.
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8  When Etienne had fallen asleep Edna bore him into the back room, and Robert went and lifted the mosquito bar that she might lay the child comfortably in his bed.
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9  For the first time she recognized the symptoms of infatuation which she had felt incipiently as a child, as a girl in her earliest teens, and later as a young woman.
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10  She did not look back now, but went on and on, thinking of the blue-grass meadow that she had traversed when a little child, believing that it had no beginning and no end.
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11  But that night she was like the little tottering, stumbling, clutching child, who of a sudden realizes its powers, and walks for the first time alone, boldly and with over-confidence.
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