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either side of the drive were lined with masses of flowers, varying from the dwarfed tufts of Virginia stock in front, to the tall blue spiked delphiniums and hollyhocks behind.
Stretching away, as far as the eye could travel, were cool green lawns. Once he caught sight of a fountain playing merrily into a basin supported by two dolphins. It was all so utterly delightful that he found his mood changing as it responded to all this beauty. Then suddenly the house came into view. It was a great shock to him to find it hardly altered since he had last seen it. It rose out of that fairy-like garden, a thing of horror-like some evil creature put there by a wicked magician to try and entice the charm out of the garden ! What sort of a man was he who could live in such a house? Lord d'Harlecourt could not help wondering how one so obviously susceptible to the appeal of flowers, could have left that obscene creeper to smother the place he lived in-with its gnarled branches clawing at the lichen-covered walls ! And why he asked himself, had he not had the great house itself cleaned down of all this clinging sinister moss?
Then a most absurd thought struck him. It was so sudden and so wild that it took his breath away before he realised how absurd it really was. He had-just for a moment-connected up the man he had once met there with the man he was now going to see. They both had this seeming contradiction in their 'make-up'-this love of beauty and yet the toleration of the `horrible.' Yes! it was an absurd thought-confusing these two. And he decided that Lady d'Harlecourt had been quite right to forbid his eating salmon mayonnaise, when it caused him to get such weird thoughts as these!

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