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Notes - (VERSO)

“I guess you are better off as you are,“ said Louisa[.]

“Oh, I don’t know.“ Nancy looked up at the white house on the hill again. “I have an awfully good time out of life, but it doesn’t seem to satisfy, somehow. To be candid – and oh, Louisa, candor is a rare thing among women when it comes to talking of then men – I believe I’d rather be cooking Peter’s meals and dusting his house. I wouldn’t mind his bad grammar now. I’ve learned one or two valuable little things out yonder and one is that it doesn’t matter how if a man’s grammar is askew, so long as he doesn’t swear at you. By the way, is Peter as


From "The End of a Quarrel."