Assigned reading (14 pars  plus 102 notes) [secondary] [McH] [*]
synopsis: 'the girl — thinking of grammar and grandma's advice on womanhood'
FDV: "arms enlacing, thinking about it, the It with the itch in it, the business we were born for. Soon she will knit while they will cudgel. No arithamathing for her,"
2DV: "arms enlacing along by fancied banks of blooms & rambler roses,
thinking about it, the It with the itch in it, the business we were born
for. Soon my dear girl will knit in on solfa sofa while they will
cudgel over division table. Achschan! She of minions novence charily
being cupid. No Browne & Nolan's arithamathing for her, our dear
VI.A "my dear fond husband, my dear faithful wife"
3DV: "their arms enlocked, all thinking all of it, the It with an itch in it, the All every inch of it the pleasure each will preen her for, the business each was bred to. Soon they will cudgel about some arithmatic or other over Browne and Nolan's divisioning tables, whereas she, of minions' novence charily being cupid, will knit and sit on solfa sofa. All is her inbourne. From her grandmere of grammires she has it that if there is a third person being spoken abad it moods proceed from a first person speaking to her second which is being spoken at. Take the dative with his oblative, said gramma, but mind you're genderous."