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THE STRANGER

Unconscious of the tragedy that was even at that moment casting its shadow upon their lives, they sat there taking in the scene before them. The river was teeming with all sorts of craft ; the air was full of chatter and laughter ; and the sparkling water glistened in silver spray as it lightly trickled from punt poles or splashed in brilliant showers from the paddles of canoes.
There was a genuine excuse for Bunny's remark concerning the person who had aroused their interest. Like them, he was tall, and of a slimness which seemed to add to his height ; and he had those dark deep-set eyes which were the marked characteristic of so many of his countrymen. His complexion, too, was dark, though it could scarcely be described as swarthy ; and his hair of raven-black gleamed almost with a blue sheen when the sun caught its rippling waves. As Bunny had remarked, his handsomeness was far too pronounced to be English-but even then, it was quite worthy of admiration. Whoever he was, he had an air of distinction-a way of holding his headwhich showed that in his own country he was accustomed to expect and receive considerable deference and respect. Yet he did not seem happy! Whether he was worried, or afraid of something, or whatever the cause, there was something which called for sympathy-and the irrepressible Bunny responded to it.
" An elderly man always seems to go about with him, as though he were on guard," supplemented Ajax. "Look! There he is on the river bank."
" That must be a beastly bore," said Bunny reflectively. " I wonder who he is? Anyway he looks fed up. I feel rather sorry for him. He has a tragic look about him, somehow or other."

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