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then they went to dinner, and after dinner lucy was taken home without further words between them.ayala wrote long letters on her journey, full of what she saw, and full of her companions.from paris she wrote, and then from turin, and then again on their immediate arrival at rome.her letters were most imprudent as written from the close vicinity of her aunt and cousin.it was such a comfort that that oaf tom had been left behind.uncle tringle was angry because he did not get what he liked to eat.aunt emmeline gave that courier such a terrible life, sending for him every quarter of an hour.augusta would talk first french and then italian, of which no one could understand a word.gertrude was so sick with travelling that she was as pale as a sheet.nobody seemed to care for anything.she could not get her aunt to look at the campanile at florence, or her cousins to know one picture from another.as for pictures, i am quite sure that mangles angels would do as well as raffaels.mangle was a brother academician whom their father had taught them to despise.there was contempt, most foolish contempt, for all the tringles; but, luckily, there had been no quarrelling.then it seemed that both in paris and in florence ayala had bought pretty things, from which it was to be argued that her uncle had provided her liberally with money.one pretty thing had been sent from paris to lucy, which could not have been bought for less than many franks.it would not be fair that ayala should take so much without giving something in return.lucy knew that she too should give something in return.though kingsbury crescent was not attractive, though aunt dosett was not to her a pleasant companion, she had begun to realise the fact that it behoved her to be grateful, if only for the food she ate, and for the bed on which she slept.as she thought of all that ayala owed she remembered also her own debts.as the winter went on she struggled to pay them.but aunt dosett was a lady not much given to vacillation.she had become aware at first that lucy had been rough to her, and she did not easily open herself to lucys endearments.lucys life at kingsbury crescent had begun badly, and lucy, though she understood much about it, found it hard to turn a bad beginning to a good result.chapter iv.isadore hamel.it was suggested to lucy before she had been long in kingsbury crescent that she should take some exercise.for the first week she had hardly been out of the house; but this was attributed to her sorrow.then she had accompanied her aunt for a few days during the halfhours marketing which took place every morning, but in this there had been no sympathy.lucy would not interest herself in the shoulder of mutton which must be of just such a weight as to last conveniently for two days,twelve pounds,of which, it was explained to her, more than onehalf was intended for the two servants, because there was always a more lavish consumption in the kitchen than in the parlour.lucy would not appreciate the fact that eggs at a penny a piece, whatever they might be, must be used for puddings, as eggs with even a reputation of freshness cost twopence.aunt dosett, beyond this, never left the house on weekdays except for a few calls which were made perhaps once a month, on which occasion the sunday gloves and the sunday silk dress were used.on sunday they all went to church.but this was not enough for exercise, and as lucy was becoming pale she was recommended to take to walking in kensington gardens.it is generally understood that there are raging lions about the metropolis, who would certainly eat up young ladies whole if young ladies were to walk about the streets or even about the parks by themselves.there is, however, beginning to be some vacillation as to the received belief on this subject as regards london.in large continental towns, such as paris and vienna, young ladies would be devoured certainly.such, at least, is the creed.in new york and washington there are supposed to be no lions, so that young ladies go about free as air.in london there is a rising doubt, under which before long, probably, the lions will succumb altogether.mrs.dosett did believe somewhat in lions, but she believed also in exercise.and she was aware that the lions eat up chiefly rich people.young ladies who must go about without mothers, brothers, uncles, carriages, or attendants of any sort, are not often eaten or even roared at.it is the dainty darlings for whom the roarings have to be feared.mrs.dosett, aware that daintiness was no longer within the reach of her and hers, did assent to these walkings in kensington gardens.at some hour in the afternoon lucy would walk from the house by herself, and within a quarter of an hour would find herself on the broad gravel path which leads down to the round pond.from thence she would go by the back of the albert memorial, and then across by the serpentine and return to the same gate, never leaving kensington gardens.aunt dosett had expressed some oldfashioned idea that lions were more likely to roar in hyde park than within the comparatively retired purlieus of kensington

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