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Page 156 - You seem to think," she said, " that you can't have a good time at all, because the thing you want to have a good time over is not in your life. Did it ever occur to you that there are a number of other ways of enjoying yourself? That there are a number of other men, for that matter?
Page 161 - It seems to be bad faith in me to do this, a part of me walks away and looks reproachful, but it brings the four of us in the kitchen closer together somehow. I sit in the rocker by the range, very homelike, and they go on talking of the affairs of the house. It is always about the house. Miss Merrick doesn't say much, but when you are talking to her you feel that she would rather listen to you than to anyone else in the world. Although you'd tell her anything at all about her161 self, you wouldn't...