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All the while, Jasrin kept a firm hold of the bone. She had some cause for this. It
was the bone of her child. "Prepare the feast," Jasrin said to her attendants. "
Soon my lord Nemdur will arrive." The attendants obeyed her, as best they could.
Then Jasrin would say nothing else, and she stretched herself out like a stone.
When he could not move her, Nemdur left her. His garden was full of flowers, he
had no need to wait for one. If you had opened the coriander seed at that hour,
And Jasrin would answer: "Spare her, my lord. She is demented. She is jealous
that she has no child of her own, for her own child died . . ." Noon had come, and
afternoon, and then the time of redness, the blood-red splashed on the walls, the
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