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than anything else that might be for me. There appears to me, moreover, as I look back,
no note in all this more extraordinary than the mere fact that, in spite of my tension and
of their triumph, I never lost patience with them. Adorable they must in truth have
been, I now reflect, that I didnít in these days hate them! Would exasperation, however,
if relief had longer been postponed, finally have betrayed me? It little matters, for relief
arrived. I call it relief, though it was only the relief that a snap brings to a strain or the
burst of a thunderstorm to a day of suffocation. It was at least change, and it came with
a rush.
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