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I have not yet finished it. PATRICK. But you must have an opinion… EMILY. It is… unusual. PATRICK. Unusual. I am intrigued. EMILY. It is not so very interesting… PATRICK. Read it to me. EMILY. It would not be to your taste. PATRICK. How do you know? ) Wherever you open it. The next sentence. What is it? EMILY opens the book and reads. CATHY enters agitated. CATHY (whispering). Nelly. Nelly. EMILY (with CATHY speaking her lines a little afterwards). ’ Cathy asked, as she closed the kitchen door.
ANNE. Upstairs, packing his trunk. CHARLOTTE. He is to be trusted? EMILY. He wishes to make amends. ANNE. What better way than to pay his own debts through honest toil. To devote himself to a growing boy who must be taught by example. CHARLOTTE. You are leaving in the morning? ANNE. At eight o’clock. CHARLOTTE. So soon? ANNE (brimming with anticipation). It is strange to think that this time tomorrow, everything that I look upon will be different. A whole world that I cannot now imagine and yet I will so soon be there and no longer here.
ANNE. It is made exactly according to the pattern you ordered from London. CHARLOTTE. I read in the newspaper about a machine for the home that will sew at twenty times our speed and every stitch perfect. ANNE. How can it be? CHARLOTTE. They claim it will make a skirt in an afternoon and a pillowcase in half an hour. Think of the years that would be rescued. ANNE. But there is nothing better than the sight of a buttonhole done exactly right, or even a hem when you have taken care. CHARLOTTE. You shall be joining Mr Ludd and destroying all machines for robbing man of his dignity.