<> Hanna107 Part Two Linen Hall Library 1951 Linen Hall Library Thursday, April 7, 2016 TIFF Hanna107 Manuscript Frank, Benyil English https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/content/hanna107 Linen Hall Library Linen Hall Library Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA https://www.niliteraryarchive.com/sites/default/files/Hanna107_0.jpg LHL Archive 101 Three months, maybe, and three months would be too lone* The brothers would know about her than. Already she imagined that Trank was watching her with dislike and suspicion, Hamilton was different, tionsidorate and kindly for all hia dullness, Hut the risk was too great to loavo theta, Trunk would be at his brother's ear the moment her shadow had gone. There was nothing to do but bring her mother back to hathard and keep her own foot in the house. Trank cane in, in a bad temper, Tie had lost his swarm of bees and had been stung twice on the wrist. In his annoyance lie forgot to ask the reason for Sorleyoon’s visit and Jar ah carefully avoided the minister’s name, Hamilton came in from hia ploughing anti they sat down to their evening meal, "How did y® gat on wi* the bees, Trank?" he asked, "E.h, don't talk to me, I made a bad hand at them", Sarah leaned across the table, "Did Mr. Sorleyson cay the right thing?" she asked, "Aye, at the wrong time," answered the young loan shortly. "What fetched him up?" asked Hamilton glancing at Sarah, The woman paused a moment, keepirg her heed lowered. "My mother's ill," she said. "He wants me to go down and tend her, I may so hack and forrit to Banyil till she’s mended''* she closed Trank out with a steady gaze while oho waited for Hamilton to speak. "It’s a long road to Banyil," he 3aid thoughtfully. Be wa3 silent for a moment and then he spoke again, "Is there ooht been changed in the lower room? Text