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In Chapter XIII, Agnes relates that Rosalie has begun the habit of attending church twice each Sunday as it gives her the opportunity to be noticed. She also enjoys the walk home with at least one gentleman who lives in the same direction as the Murrays. At times when Agnes is allowed to walk with the ladies, she tends to pretend to be interested in some flower or tree so that she can walk alone. On one of these times, Agnes is looking for some flower that reminds her of her home when she spots three primroses. The roses are so high up that she cannot get to them without climbing a bank. She does not go climbing because she hears someone walking up behind her. Mr. Weston's voice offers to get the flowers for her. As they walk along together...

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