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ABC is for Christmas

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As it were those sham pearls that women wear on holiday. leaving their real pearls at home. As far as Elisabeth was concerned, this behaviour, as irresponsible as that of untrained children, naively cheeky to the point of , crime, this inability to distinguish good from evil, this playing at pirates. stemmed from her instinct to save Paul from the flabbiness she dreaded in him. As long as she could keep him harried, scared stiff. grimacing, cursing. tearing up and down. he could not sink into inertia.

Her nostrils dilated. the tip of her tongue protruding. as if engrossed in scientific experiment, she went on feeding him. Intent, preoccupied, and mad she Jooked - a madwoman hunched over a dead child and cramming it with food . Of this instructive session, Gerard retained one imprint and no more: namely, the moment when Elisabeth had addressed him for the first time by the familiar " tu ". Next morning. in mortal fear of getting his face slapped. he brought himself to make the self-same overture; feeling a pang of strangely sweet disturbance to find it tacitly accepted.

He's not dangerously ill. It's serious, mind - but not dangerous. The slightest blow on a weak chest like his ... No more school-that's out of the question. Rest, rest, and again rest. You were quite right to tell your mother it was just a strain-we don't want her worried. You're a sensible girl. I can rely on you. " [ z6] "Capital. I shall be sending a couple of nurses in tomorrow. They 'II take turns running the house and doing the shopping. You'll be in charge. " She did not thank him. She was accustomed to miracles and accepted them as part of daily life.

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