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After that he consulted a register on his table, and said: "Madame Meursault
entered the Home three years ago. She had no private means and depended
entirely on you." I had a feeling he was blaming me for something, and started to
During her first few weeks at the Home she used to cry a good deal. But that was
only because she hadn't settled down. After a month or two she'd have cried if
she'd been told to leave the Home. Because this, too, would have been a wrench.
I wiped the sweat from my face, but I was barely conscious of where or who I was
until I heard the warden of the Home called to the witness box. When asked if my
mother had complained about my conduct, he said, "Yes," but that didn't mean ...
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