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her affairs. But-he was in trouble ; people were down on him ; and he had been her friend ever since she could remember.
Now Joan Gaymer, if she was nothing else, was loyal ; and loyalty in a woman rather thrives on adversity than otherwise. And a woman's loyalty to a man who is her friend, i' you (andeavour to overstrain it or drive it into a corner, in nine cases out of ten will protect itself, Proteuslike, by turning into something entirely different, a something which is quite impervious to outward attack, and can only be strained to breaking-point by one person-the man himself; and not always then, as countless undeserving husbands know. Joan's loyalty to Hughie was in some such process of transition. She thought about him a good deal, but she had never once faced the question of her ultimate relations with him. The modern maiden is not given to candid analysis of her own feelings towards members of the opposite sex-she considers these exercises "Early Victorian," or " sentimental," or " effeminate"-and consequently Joan had never frankly asked herself what she really thought about Hughie Marrable. At times, say, when she heard people speak ill of her deputy-guardian behind his back, she had been conscious that she was hot and angry ; at others, when something occurred to bring home to her with special force the tribulations that Hughie was enduring, she had been conscious of a large and dim determination to

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