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Occasionally it appeared an ecstasy of enjoyment and happiness. At such moments, Hepzibah might fling out her hands, and infold Phoebe in them, and kiss her cheek as tenderly as ever her mom had; she looked as if it would achieve this through an inevitable impulse, and as though her bosom have been oppressed with tenderness, of which she needs to wishes pour out a bit, so that it will achieve breathing-room. the subsequent second, with none seen reason for the switch, her unwonted pleasure shrank again, appalled, because it have been, and clothed itself in mourning; or it ran and concealed itself, to be able to communicate, within the dungeon of her middle, the place it had lengthy lain chained, whereas a chilly, spectral sorrow took where of the imprisoned pleasure, that used to be afraid to be enfranchised,—a sorrow as black as that was once vivid. She usually broke right into a little, fearful, hysteric giggle, extra touching than any tears may be; and forthwith, as though to aim which was once the main touching, a gush of tears might stick with; or even the laughter and tears got here either instantly, and surrounded our negative Hepzibah, in an ethical experience, with a type of faded, dim rainbow. in the direction of Phoebe, as we've acknowledged, she was once affectionate,—far tenderer than ever ahead of, of their short acquaintance, aside from that one kiss at the previous night,—yet with a continuously habitual pettishness and irritability. She might communicate sharply to her; then, throwing apart all of the starched reserve of her traditional demeanour, ask pardon, and the subsequent fast renew the just-forgiven damage. eventually, while their mutual hard work was once all accomplished, she took Phoebe’s hand in her personal trembling one. “Bear with me, my pricey child,” she cried; “for really my center is complete to the brim! endure with me; for i like you, Phoebe, even though I communicate so approximately. imagine not anything of it, dearest baby! by way of and by means of, I will probably be variety, and merely type! ” “My dearest cousin, can't you inform me what has occurred? ” requested Phoebe, with a sunny and tearful sympathy. “What is it that strikes you so? ” “Hush! hush! he's coming! ” whispered Hepzibah, swiftly wiping her eyes. “Let him see you first, Phoebe; for you're younger and rosy, and can't aid letting a grin get away no matter if or no. He constantly loved shiny faces! And mine is outdated now, and the tears are hardly ever dry on it. He by no means may possibly abide tears. There; draw the curtain a bit, in order that the shadow may perhaps fall throughout his facet of the desk! yet enable there be a great deal of sunshine, too; for he by no means used to be keen on gloom, as a few everyone is. He has had yet little sunshine in his life,—poor Clifford,—and, oh, what a black shadow. bad, terrible Clifford! ” hence murmuring in an undertone, as though talking particularly to her personal center than to Phoebe, the outdated gentlewoman stepped on tiptoe in regards to the room, making such preparations as steered themselves on the predicament. in the meantime there has been a step within the passage-way, above stairs. Phoebe famous it because the related which had handed upward, as via her dream, within the night-time. the upcoming visitor, whoever it'd be, looked as if it would pause on the head of the staircase; he paused two times or three times within the descent; he paused back on the foot.