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as did their grandmothers, or pretend
to accept, as did their mothers."
"I don't know what you mean
about pretending," said Mother Wav
, erly, stiffly. "I have never pretended
- to anybody in my life."
Poor Mother, is it possible that she
does not know her whole life has
' been one long story of pretention.
She would not' even dare to think a
radical thought, let alone to speak it.
Her whole rule of life is, "What will
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defer until tomorrow what you' can
do today. ' ;"
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night, hadn't we? Judge. , '
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