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What do you think, Daddy? The English instructor said A___________. She did, truly. Those were her words. It doesn’t seem possible, does it, considering the eighteen years of training that I’ve had? The aim of the John Grier Home (as you doubtless know and heartily approve of) is B_____________. The unusual artistic ability which I exhibit was developed at an early age C _____________ on the woodshed door.
I hope I don’t hurt your feelings that when I criticize the home of my youth? But you have the upper hand, you know, for if I become too impertinent, you can always stop payment of your cheques. That isn’t a very polite thing to say—but you can’t expect me to have any manners; a foundling asylum isn’t a young ladies’ finishing school.
You know, Daddy, it isn’t the work D _________________ . It’s the play. Half the time I don’t know what the girls are talking about; their jokes seem to relate to a past E _______________. I’m a foreigner in the world and I don’t understand the language. It’s a miserable feeling. I’ve had it all my life. At the high school the girls would stand in groups and just look at me. I was queer and diff erent and everybody knew it. I could FEEL ‘John Grier Home’ written on my face. And then a few charitable ones would make a point of coming up and saying something polite. I hated every one of them — the charitable ones most of all. Nobody here knows that I was brought up in an asylum. I told Sallie McBride that my mother and father were dead, and F _________________ which is entirely true so far as it goes.
- that my last paper shows an unusual amount of originality
- to turn the ninety-seven orphans into ninety-seven twins
- that a kind old gentleman was sending me to college
- that he tried to correct all my mistakes
- that is going to be hard in college
- through drawing chalk pictures of Mrs. Lippett
- that everyone but me has shared