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Excerpt from Poor Dear TheodoraTheodora knew every worn spot in the rug and just how it must be covered with a chair or a card table aunt Augusta was
Entertaining At Bridge This Afternoon at Bridge this afternoon "knew how a vase of ﬂowers must be carefully disposed so as to hide the "how a vase of ﬂowers must be carefully disposed so as to hide the in the long mirror that surmounted the hideous brown slate mantel The Mirror in spite of its chipped and tarnished frame was a beautiful heirloom a relic of a day when taste was so clean and ure albeit a triﬂe COLD AS TO MAKE ONE GASP as to make one gasp wonder at the later transition to horsehair and lush and slate. Mantels out lined in gilt and hideous brown and gold wall Emotions And Understanding paper and atrocious hanging cabinets with glass doors and irregularlylaced shelves and atent rockers upholstered in art stuffsAll "Of These Things Abounded "these things abounded the room where Theodora stood duster in hand kitchen apron reducing her figure to a shapeless mass But the room held better things as well One of them was Theodora herself In Spite of the disfiguring Chrysalis which shrouded her it was abundantly
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