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THE RIVER OF THE ARROW

exuberance which was destined to be of short duration. In the course of this trip, in the shadow of an Italian station or hidden by a cypress tree on one of the Borromee Islands, I would succeed in slipping my arm around a waist for an instant, holding a hand, or brushing the nape of a neck with my lips. My boldness went no further.
What mattered real women to me? At the bottom of my heart I still loved, as in my childhood, the Queen of the Soldats Russes who had become the Natasha of War and Peace and the Irene of Smoke. I loved a being who was capricious and charming, spiritual and tender, heroic and pure, who had no part in any of the miseries from which the real women around us suffer. I loved a being made not of flesh and blood but of moonlight and crystal, of courage and passion. At the instant that I was attracted by a young woman's beauty I would lend her all the charms of my ideal, all the wit of Sanseverina, all the virginal fearlessness of Clelia Conti. Because her hair was the colour of ripe wheat, because her eyes were like the cornflowers of my childhood, I could not believe that she was not, like me, mad with poetry and famished for knowledge, and at a time when she probably expected pretty speeches from a young man, I would talk to her about Spinoza.

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