|Text(Edward G. Seidensticker; The Tale of Genji）|
Writing Practice> P1054-08|
Wild carnations coyly dotted the hedge, and maiden flowers and bellflowers were coming into bloom; and among them stood numbers of young men in bright and varied travel dress. The captain, also in travel dress, was received at the south veranda. He stood for a time admiring the garden.
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