He wanted to say "talk", but quiet voice brother sounded incredible pain, interrupted him. - Get out ... I beg you ... - and whisper she said: - I've done nothing wrong Helen. Get out! .. Bill looked at his brother, then got into the car and slamming the door, pulled up to the gas stops. The car jerked forward sharply. Michael stood for a while, trying to calm himself, and went into the house. Elena, covered his fur coat, lying on the bed, curled "up". Her face was childish innocent and serene, so characteristic of sleeping people. Michael did not even hear breathing Eli, so quiet she was sleeping.
The Sewanee Review: Summer, 1948
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