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Livid continued to rant about religion. Pallid interjected, stating that he still kept faith despite the fact that he “lost God” (131). Livid was incredulous, and when Pallid tried to defend himself, Pallid asked Faith for her opinion. Faith was angry that she was now included in the conversation. She explained her disapproval of Israel’s politics and mentality, which shocked Pallid and Livid because they were not accustomed to this behavior from Faith.

Faith resumed work on her embroidery as the political conversation continued. Faith told Livid and Pallid that England was bankrupt, and Livid refused to believe it. Faith then changed the subject and asked about their opinions concerning Richard and Tonto. Livid told Faith that they were boisterous and “uncontrolled” (133), and he told her that she looked well. Pallid agreed.

Faith told Livid and Pallid that they should go...

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