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母の教えを受けた無力な瞬間

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  • 母が私に向かって怒りを感じ、私の足に握り締めたチョークを見つめた。
  • 母が地面に「A」という文字を描き、私にそれをコピーするように言ったが、私はできなかった。
  • 私は無力な瞬間に立ちすくみ、母の教示に追いつけなかった。

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母親が、食器室から湯気の出るポット手にもって入ってきました。彼女は、緊張感が部屋を漂っているのを感じて、テーブルと暖炉の間で立ち止まりました。彼女は、みんなの目線をたどって、隅っこにいる私を見ました。その目線は私の顔から私の足まで下りていき、つま先の間に挟んだチョークのところで止まりました。彼女はポットを下に置きました。 それから彼女は、以前何度もしたことがあるように、私のところへやってきて、私の脇にひざまずきました。 「それで何をするのか教えてあげるね、クリス。」彼女は、心の中で興奮しているかのように顔を輝かせながら、とてもゆっくりと、奇妙な、息詰まったような言い方で言いました。 モナからもう1個のチョークを受け取ると、彼女はちょっとためらい、それから私の前の床に、ゆっくりゆっくり一つの文字「A」を書きました。 「それをまねて書きなさいね」と彼女は私をしっかり見て言いました。「それを書き写すのよ、クリス」。(でも)私はそれができませんでした。

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