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Excerpt: ...me some of your clever ridicule. It must be that I take suitors too seriously." "Thank you," said Peggy dryly, "I need it all for my second-hand lot. He is the worst fool of any of them." "Take care, Peggy, you rouse me. Why is a man a fool for loving me?" "He said he loved you, then?" The Saucier negroes were gathering on doorsteps, excited by the day and the bustle of crowds which still hummed in the streets. Now a line of song was roared from the farthest cabin, and old and young voices all Pg 102 poured themselves into a chorus. A slender young moon showed itself under foliage, dipping almost as low as the horizon. Under all other sounds of life, but steadily and with sweet monotony, the world of little living things in grass and thicket made itself heard. The dewy darkness was a pleasure to Ang
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