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I laughed, but she said, 'I'm no sure that it's a laughing matter,' and afterwards, 'I would have liked fine to be that Gladstone's mother.'
She had been used to his subservience: he was only too glad to do anything for her in the old days, she was accustomed to see him cast down by a cross word and in ecstasy at a kind one; he was different now, and she said to herself that he had not improved in the last year.
She remembered nothing more until she awoke and found herself in a beautiful meadow, full of sunshine, and with countless flowers blooming in every direction.
When she thought of Vronsky, it seemed to her that he did not love her, that he was already beginning to be tired of her, that she could not offer herself to him, and she felt bitter against him for it.
She would buy so and so many yards of percale for new shirt waists for the boys and Janie and Mag.
Now the queen once travelled through the land, and she had her little daughter with her.
"I don't know what he means to do," she said hurriedly, seeking time against the pressure of her own conviction.
Her reluctance to communicate with her husband's parents might, she thought, lessen with the lapse of time; but with her own the reverse obtained.
But she gave him a glass of wine in which she had poured a sleeping-draught.
She was playing by herself under a tree, just as she had been playing the day the cholera broke out.
Thornbury, although she had asked them to tea, was nowhere to be seen.
As, hand on the wheel, she paused a moment before starting, she was conscious of a choking sensation.