The Game eBook

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Silverstein was helping her to her feet.  She obeyed blindly, the daze of the dream still on her.  His hand grasped her arm and he was turning her toward the door.

“Oh, why don’t you kiss him?” Lottie cried out, her dark eyes mournful and passionate.

Genevieve stooped obediently over the quiet clay and pressed her lips to the lips yet warm.  The door opened and she passed into another room.  There stood Mrs. Silverstein, with angry eyes that snapped vindictively at sight of her boy’s clothes.

Silverstein looked beseechingly at his spouse, but she burst forth savagely:—­

“Vot did I tell you, eh?  Vot did I tell you?  You vood haf a bruiser for your steady!  An’ now your name vill be in all der papers!  At a prize fight—­vit boy’s clothes on!  You liddle strumpet!  You hussy!  You—­”

But a flood of tears welled into her eyes and voice, and with her fat arms outstretched, ungainly, ludicrous, holy with motherhood, she tottered over to the quiet girl and folded her to her breast.  She muttered gasping, inarticulate love-words, rocking slowly to and fro the while, and patting Genevieve’s shoulder with her ponderous hand.

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