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My reputation--' STEVE. 'I can guess who it is. ' He is really glad of the interruption. 'See here, I'll keep him downstairs for a moment. Richardson, take this lady to the upper landing until I have brought him in. ' RICHARDSON. ' STEVE, as he goes, 'Write to me, write to me. ' RICHARDSON. ' AMY, fixing her, 'You are not deceiving me? ' RICHARDSON. ' Ginevra would have known that it must be the husband, but for the moment Amy is appalled. ' AMY. ' RICHARDSON. 'Come along, Miss. ' AMY. 'I can't go away.
GINEVRA. ' AMY. ' Ginevra is so taken aback that her nose bobs. Otherwise the two are absolutely motionless. She cleverly recovers herself. GINEVRA. 'No letters; how unlike life. ' AMY. ' GINEVRA. ' AMY. ' GINEVRA. ' AMY. 'No, merely a painful indiscretion. ' GINEVRA. 'Yes, indeed. ' Amy nods. ' Amy nods again. AMY. 'Worse than that, Ginevra. To deceive him I had to pretend that I was the woman. --' Here they have to leave off doing noses. htm (61 of 76) [9/22/2008 8:53:45 AM] Alice Sit-By-The-Fire so much longer, but only by those who are paid accordingly.
AMY. 'I am not blaming you . ' RICHARDSON. 'Well can I remember. ' AMY. ' RICHARDSON. ' AMY. ' She wishes Ginevra were here to help her. She draws upon her stock of knowledge. 'Can she be secretly married to him? A wife of the past turned up to blackmail him? ' RICHARDSON. ' AMY. 'I wasn't talking to you. You may go. Stop. ' RICHARDSON. 'She--Her what you are speaking about--' AMY. ' The terrible admission refuses to pass Richardson's lips, and of a sudden Amy has a dark suspicion. 'Has she gone!