1. Mrs. What's it
School. School was all wrong. She'd been dropped down to the lowestsection in her grade. That morning one of her teachers had said crossly,"Really, Meg, I don't understand how a child with parents as brilliant asyours are supposed to be can be such a poor student. If you don't manage to doa little better you'll have to stay back next year."
During lunch she'd rough-housed a little to try to make herself feelbetter, and one of the girls said scornfully(轻蔑地), "After all, Meg, we aren'tgrammar-school kids any more. Why do you always act like such a baby?"
And on the way home from school, walking up the road with her arms fullof books, one of the boys had said something about her "dumb babybrother."
At this she'd thrown die books on the side of the road and tackled himwith every ounce of strength she had, and arrived home with her blouse torn anda big bruise under one eye.
Sandy and Dennys, her ten-year-old twin brothers, who got home fromschool an hour earlier than she did, were disgusted. "Let us do thefighting when it's necessary," they told her.
A delinquent(流氓;少年罪犯;失职者), that's what I am, she thoughtgrimly. ?That's what they'll be saying next. Not Mother. But Them. EverybodyElse. I wish Father?
But it was still not possible to think about her father without thedanger of tears. Only her mother could talk about him in a natural way, saying,"When your father gets back?
Gets back from where? And when? Surely her mother must know what peoplewere saying, must be aware of the smugly vicious gossip. Surely it must hurther as it did Meg. But if it did she gave no outward sign. Nothing ruffled theserenity other expression.
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