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ness of the adolescent should be combined with the delicate grace of the woman. The countenance of my dreams was before me.
`Mademoiselle de Szymkiewicz,' Maggy said and I hardly heard her, `has come to ask my advice ... She is not happy at home and is thinking of going on the stage.... '
I could not take my eyes away from the apparition which had suddenly fulfilled all the longings of my heart. The young woman was wearing a dress of natural tussore silk; it had a blue silk sailor collar trimmed with white beads and a belt of the same material. Her large straw hat was tied with a white ribbon trimmed with blue beads. She, too, was staring at me aiid, embarrassed by my silence, she smiled.
What was Maggy talking about that day? I don't believe I ever knew. I remember my impatience for the intermission to end and my tremendous desire to be alone with the stranger. Finally the prolonged, insistent ringing of the bell drove us out. As the door closed I said:
`Are you going back to the play?'
`No,' she said, `I have no ticket ... I just came to see Mademoiselle Bertin.'
`May I accompany you through the park?'
`If you like.'
When I recall that evening, the sentiment that I recapture is a mixture of admiration, enthusiasm and assurance. From our very first words the conversation moved on a plane of intimacy, tenderness and, one could probably say, love. I fell in love immediately with her precise, slightly husky voice and the poetic sadness of what she said. And what did she say? She told me the story of her life. Her mother, a very beautiful woman from Lyons, had captivated a Russian gentleman, Count Con,stantin de Szymkiewicz. The latter had died very young, leaving two children. His widow had come to live in Switzerland and had put her daughter in a convent at Lausanne and her son in a boarding school at Neuchatel. Janine had left her school a year before. She was unhappy.
'But Why?'
`Oh! It would be too hard to say...'
'Why? Is it so complicated?'
`No ... but it is distressing.'
`Talking about distressing things is one way of getting rid of them.' An instant later we were seated side by side on a bench in the Pare des

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