By Sigmund Freud
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He has to matriculate this year, it's frightfully difficult. But he says that anyone who has cheek enough can get through all right. He says that cheek is often more help than a lot of swoting and grinding. I know he's right; but unfortunately at the moment it never occurs to me what I ought to do. I often think afterwards, you ought to have said this or that. com A YOUNG GIRL'S DIARY 40 Page 78 is really wonderful; and Franke too, though she's not particularly clever, can always make a smart answer.
And she said, what's the matter, dear? has anything happened? Then I could not keep it in and I cried like anything and said: You've betrayed me. " Yes, you; you told Father about the diary though you promised me you wouldn't. com A YOUNG GIRL'S DIARY 31 "But, little one, I tell Father everything. " That's quite true, it's all right that Dora wasn't told; but still Father need not have been told either. And Mother was awfully sweet and nice and I didn't go to bed till 10 o'clock. But whatever happens I shan't tell her anything again and I don't care about the old diary any more.
She's been burned as brown as a berry by the warm southern sun, and it really suits her, though only her. I can't stand other people when they are sun-burned. But really everything suits Hella; when she was so pale in hospital, she was lovely; and now she is just as lovely, only in quite a different way. Oswald is quite right when he says: You can measure a girl's beauty by the degree in which she bears being sunburned without losing her good looks. He really used to say that in the holidays simply to annoy Dora and me, but he's quite right all the same.
A Young Girl's Diary by Sigmund Freud