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"My Aunt Agatha is very kind and nice, but longing to find fault with Alys. I have had to cope with her, hating the false appearance of generosity. I feel such a Tartuffe, it is loathsome. That's why I am so furious with Jane*—she forced me to do a dirty job for nothing. I have no objection to plain lying, but lying that makes oneself out a saint is fancy lying. However it doesn't really matter. My Aunt asked if I could get freedom, and when I said no, she said that was very hard on me. But she wouldn't sympathize if she knew the truth.
Dearest, dearest, I do want you. It is ages since I saw you last."
[This letter was begun at Rozeldene on the 27th and finished in the train and in London on the 28th.]
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