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No response. ) jane (To Richard): I didn’t say anything. barbara: When do you start this new job? richard (At the table): Are we done? Should we have dessert? barbara: Marian made dessert. Pumpkin pie and vanilla ice cream. jane: Did you make the ice cream? Do you still do that? marian: No. 51 T H E APPL E FAM I LY richard: Maybe we should take some of this back into the kitchen . . marian (To Richard): You’re not going to tell us about your new job? richard: So what are you worried about? It’s not about giving up, Marian.

Short pause. ) barbara (To Marian, as they digest this news about Richard): Jane and Tim got to Rhinebeck early and she showed him around town. marian (To Jane): Putting off coming here? jane: No. No. tim (To help Jane out): It’s a sweet village. I love the wooden signs. marian: We live here. tim (After a look at Jane): I didn’t mean— 31 T H E APPL E FAM I LY marian: On weekends in the summer, you New Yorkers come here and saunter in the middle of the street—like it’s some amusement park. And so we’re supposed to just stop our cars so you can walk .

Right? 33 T H E APPL E FAM I LY richard: I guess then it’s like—tell me if I’m on the wrong track, Jane. jane: Why is everyone suddenly so interested in my book? tim: It’s a very interesting book. jane: It’s not even a book yet. richard (Continuing ): It’s like—a way of taking one element of behavior—which society has organized, the culture has, the country has organized—and if we look close enough, examine it thoroughly enough, put it under the microscope, we maybe see what’s behind it, what real purpose it serves.

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