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FOR BETTER AND FOR WORSE

All that Madame de Szymkiewicz asked was the promise that the children should be Catholic. That had been my intention anyway. In Elbeuf, the main office received the news of my approaching marriage, for which they had been prepared, with coolness. They dared not criticize; they would not praise. Monsieur Henry put an end to an embarrassing silence by winding up with his hairy, bony hand an invisible machine.
We needed a house. I found one near the Caudebec mill that was modest but comfortable and was surrounded by a fine flower garden. Janine went to look at it and loved it. On the other hand, she was terrified by Elbeuf, by the noise of the looms, and by the silently censorious reception of `the gentlemen'. After a few words, Monsieur Henry gave a flick of the wrist, dismissing us to unspecified labours.
`Are you sure he's alive, that uncle of yours?' she asked me as we left the factory.
I felt that she was on the point of giving up our beautiful plan.
`I don't know,' she went on in a serious tone, `whether I can live here. It seems so sad, so sad....'
`Not at all,' I said. `You'll see. The town is full of young couples. You'll find them in due time.'
The entertainment of buying furniture and a trousseau soon made her forget her dismay. Up to this time she had never had any personal belongings except a little ebony elephant with a broken trunk, which she solemnly brought me as her dowry. The marriage took place in Paris on the 3oth of October, 1912, at the town hall of the Ninth Arrondissement. Some months before, I had left the Rue de Madrid and had rented a small apartment in the Rue Blanche opposite the Church of the Trinity. It was in that church that an amiable, aged cure united us. To hold Janine's hand in mine and to slip the ring on her finger was very sweet.
`For better and for worse,' she said to me gravely as we walked down the steps of the church. In Trinity Square flights of doves were wheeling in the sun.

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