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reading books and seeing plays that you think are bad for me, because that sort of thing is simply not done nowadays. And of course you mustn't call me extravagant if I dress nicely. Also, you mustn't expect me to go in for good works, because I hate curates. And don't give me advice, because I loathe it. On the other hand, it may comfort you to know-it does most men, for some reason-that I don't want a vote and I don't smoke cigarettes. Oh, the poor little mite ! "
She was on her feet and across the lawn in a flash, to where the obese Stodger, prostrate upon a half-buried tree-root, was proclaiming to the heavens the sorrow of a sudden transition from the perpendicular to the horizontal. She comforted the child with whole-hearted tenderness, and after taking her turn in the game of croquet, returned to Hughie and sat down beside him again.
" Well-what do you think of me?" she inquired suddenly.
Hughie regarded her intently.
" I don't know yet," he said. "I want to see a little more of you."
" Most people," said Miss Gaymer with dignity, " make up their minds about me at once."
" I won't do that," said Hughie. " It wouldn't be quite fair."
Joan pondered this retort and finally flushed like a child.

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