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and that you have been saddled with my money and affairs, so perhaps it would be simplest and save trouble if you married me ! Me !" she repeated, " who have to keep men off with a stick!"
The last sentence was a mistake. It was an inartistic and egotistical climax to a perfectly justifiable tirade. Joan realised the fact the moment she had uttered the words, but poor Hughie was too much oecupied in retiring into his shell to notice anything. He had laid bare his heart, in his own fashion, for the first time in his life, and this was the result. Never again ! He burned inwardly, like a child who has been laughed at by grown-ups.
" I'm sorry," he said stiffly. "My mistake ! Shan't occur again."
Joey's ear was caught by the tone of his voice, and conscience gave her a twinge. She patted Hughie's arm in a friendly way.
"Old boy," she said, suddenly contrite, "I've made you angry, and I've hurt you. I'm sowwy -sorry, I mean! (I'm a bit upset, you see," she said, smiling disarmingly.) "But I can't marry you, really. I couldn't bear to be married at all at present. It seems so-so unnecessary. I don't see what I should get out of it. That's a selfish thing to say, I suppose, but I'll try to explain a girl's point of view to you. You're a terrible child in some respects, so I'll do it quite simply."
She stroked his sleeve in a motherly fashion, and continlied-

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