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All the trouble began when my grandfather died and my grand-mother - my fathers mother - came to live with us Relations in the one house are a strain at the best of times but to make matters worse my grandmother was a real old countrywoman and quite unsuited to the life in town She had a fat wrinkled old face and to Mothers great indignation went round the house in bare feet-the boots had her crippled she said For dinner she had a jug of porter and a pot of potatoes with-some-times-a bit of salt fish and she poured out the potatoes on the table and ate them slowly with great relish using her fingers by way of a forkNow girls are supposed to be fastidious but I was the one who suffered most from this Nora my sister just sucked up to the old woman for the penny she got every Friday out of the old-age pension a thing I could not do I was too honest that was my trouble and when I was playing with Bill Connell the sergeant-majors son and saw my grandmother steering up the path with the jug of porter sticking out from beneath her shawl I was mortified I made excuses not to let him come into the house because I could never be sure what she would be up to when we went inWhen Mother was at work and my grandmother made the dinner I wouldnt touch it Nora once tried to make me but I hid under the table from her and took the bread-knife with me for protection Nora let on to be very indignant she wasnt of course but she knew Mother saw through her so she sided with Gran and came after me I lashed out at her with the bread-knife and after that she left me alone I stayed there till Mother came in from work and made my dinner but
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