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She got up. stumbled; one leg had gone to sleep. " "I want . . I want you to stay by me. " The tears streamed down his face. He wept as very young children weep. in a welter of tears and snot, his lower lip pushed forward. She dragged her bed across the kitchen floor. close up to his. got into bed again. reached for his hand across the chair that separated them, and started to stroke it. "There," she said. "There .. who's a silly billy? You tell him he's never going back to school. and he boo-hoos.

Could anything be lower? Honestly. you know. he'd lick them off the mat, he'd grovel for them. No, don't you take it to him; let him come and fetch it! The great sissy. he's simply too revolting - he's dying of greed but he can't be bothered to budge. He shan't have a crayfish. " Then, if the spirit moved her, she would mount her tripod and give one of her famous impersonations of the Sibyl. Paul would block his ears, or seize a book and start to read aloud. preferably from Saint-Simon or Charles Baudelaire.

Paul now had growing pains. Penned in the sentry-box he had constructed out of pillows, he complained of cramps. Elisabeth would take no notice. would steal away. finger on lip. with the gait and tread of a young man creeping home stealthily in the small hours. shoes in hand; whereupon, with a shrug. Paul would resume the Game. In April he got up. He could no longer stand. His new-born legs collapsed beneath him. To Elisabeth's extreme annoyance, he was now half a head taller than herself: she retaliated by adopting the demeanour of a saint.

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