Sons and Lovers - D.H. Lawrence
Then she straightened the kitchen, lit the lamp, mended the fire, took out the washing for the next day, and put it to soak. After which she sat down to her sewing. Through the long hours her needle flashed regularly through the stuff. Occasionally she sighed, moving to relieve herself. And all the time she was thinking how to make the most of what she had, for the children's sake.
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