By Maeve Binchy
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I don’t want it,” she said. “Don’t eat it then,” Clare returned with some spirit. She went back downstairs and tried to find a corner where she could learn the poem for tomorrow; and she had to do four sums. She often asked herself how was it that with six people living in that house who were all going to school, why was she the only one who ever needed to do any homework? Gerry Doyle came in as she was ironing her yellow ribbons. ” he asked Clare in a whisper. “She’s upstairs. There was murder here.
She smiled sympathetically at Chrissie but it was not well received. “Stop looking so superior,” Chrissie cried out. “Look at Clare gloating at it all. ” She got a cuff on the side of her head for this performance and it made her madder still. “Look, she’s delighted,” Chrissie went on, “delighted to see anyone in trouble. ” “There’ll be no tea for you, Chrissie O’Brien, and that’s not the end of it either. Get up to your room this minute—do you hear? This minute. ” Agnes O’Brien’s thin voice was like a whistle with anger, as she banished the bold Chrissie, wiped the worst paint off her husband’s hands with a rag that she had wet with white spirit, and managed at the same time to point to Clare’s coat on the hook.
It was twenty-one shillings, a whole guinea. Oh and there was a subsidiary prize for another child who had done well, a book all wrapped up. And finally the fake gratitude and the even more fake promise that it would never happen again. Mother Immaculata was being gracious now, which was even more sickening than when she was being hostile. ” she asked. “Bernie Conway,” said Angela. “It was the best, there’s no doubt about that. But you know young Clare O’Brien, she did a terrific one altogether, the poor child must have slaved over it.