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Excerpt from In the Cheering Up BusinessI can see Columbia now as she looked when she used to ask me that uestion day after day standing with her dark head sharply silhouetted against the whitewashed wall her hair braided into those short tails which made all the little dogs in the neighborhood look at her out of the corners of their eyes with much suspicion and DreadShe was apt to stand with her soaked hands poised in a way that gave her a helpless pa thetic expression and the foam of the washing suds which had been a delight in my childhood and with which I had repeatedly.

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In the Cheering Up BusinessScrubbed the black arms longing to make them White as it slowly dwindled on the same fast colored Skin seemed to hint at the evanescence and hopeless ness of things in generalColumbia's eyes that were like two large huckleberries swimming in small saucers of milk would Spill some phenomenal drops of water as she put the uestion The wonder of this was based upon an inveterate expectation of my infancy With which I had not parted that Columbia's tears would be an opaue creamy white as the drippings of a saucer of milk Should beAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundr.