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Could I have some money for a cup of tea?
Come with me to my home for some tea.
No, No, I couldn't possibly.
In the time of this story, the rich had the extravagant life, while the poor were malnourished and had to beg the rich for their way of life.
As seen here, the poor girl does not even have the money to get a cup of tea, so this makes the scene powerful and possibly connects to a reading audience.
In some cases, the rich looked down on the poor and never felt any sympathy for them. Rosemary, however, shows kindness by offering to take the poor girl home and give her tea there.
Even giving her a ride to the home, Rosemary is showing more kindness to this girl than she has probably ever encountered.
In the story, at this point, the girl is in awe at how marvelous the room looks to her, as if she has never seen a room that huge and glamorous.
The girl cries at this scene as the events that has happened to her are too much for her to comprehend. That's when Rosemary tries to comfort her.
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