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Graves was happy, at first, to laugh about Nancy smarting him up and getting him to wash his face. But he soon tired of it and Nancy grew weary of reminding him as he reverted to his old and careless ways, picking food off everyone else's plates - he cheerfully admitted to being a coarse feeder - and never noticing what clothes he put on. Their difference in attitude may never have been discussed: Graves was unware of any fault on his side and Nancy had a horror of intamate exchanges. But she had an expressive face and no talent for hiding her hostility.

Nancy Nicholson
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