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1  But he had pretended not to see that she was going to cry.
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2  She was a nice mother but she was not so nice when she cried.
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3  And, repeating this several times, she fell to laughing feebly.
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4  Eileen had long thin cool white hands too because she was a girl.
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5  They seemed to listen, he on the upper step and she on the lower.
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6  The moocow came down the road where Betty Byrne lived: she sold lemon platt.
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7  She stuck her ugly old face up at me when she said it and I had my mouth full of tobacco juice.
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8  Well there was one old lady, and a drunken old harridan she was surely, that paid all her attention to me.
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9  One evening when playing tig she had put her hands over his eyes: long and white and thin and cold and soft.
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10  Before the fire an old woman was busy making tea and, as she bustled at the task, she told in a low voice of what the priest and the doctor had said.
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11  She had said that pockets were funny things to have: and then all of a sudden she had broken away and had run laughing down the sloping curve of the path.
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12  Whenever the car drew up before a house he waited to catch a glimpse of a well scrubbed kitchen or of a softly lighted hall and to see how the servant would hold the jug and how she would close the door.
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13  But he had heard his father say that she was a spoiled nun and that she had come out of the convent in the Alleghanies when her brother had got the money from the savages for the trinkets and the chainies.
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14  I let her bawl away, to her heart's content, KITTY O'SHEA and the rest of it till at last she called that lady a name that I won't sully this Christmas board nor your ears, ma'am, nor my own lips by repeating.
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15  And she did not like him to play with Eileen because Eileen was a protestant and when she was young she knew children that used to play with protestants and the protestants used to make fun of the litany of the Blessed Virgin.
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16  He was for Ireland and Parnell and so was his father: and so was Dante too for one night at the band on the esplanade she had hit a gentleman on the head with her umbrella because he had taken off his hat when the band played GOD SAVE THE QUEEN at the end.
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17  And he remembered the day when he and Eileen had stood looking into the hotel grounds, watching the waiters running up a trail of bunting on the flagstaff and the fox terrier scampering to and fro on the sunny lawn and how, all of a sudden, she had broken out into a peal of laughter and had run down the sloping curve of the path.
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