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O TIME, STAY THY FLIGHT

All signs pointed to the life of a great industrialist for me, sovereign of his little kingdom and perhaps happy.
On the 27th of May, 1914, there was born in the little apartment in the Rue Ampere our daughter, who was called Michelle, from the name of the heroine in one of Henry Ardel's naive romances which her mother loved. My wife, who liked to bestow nicknames, called me Minou and (baptized Jeanne) had named herself Janine, then Ginette, transformed her little daughter into 'Poucette'.
It was a difficult delivery; Janine was very ill, had a violent haemorrhage and remained weak for a long time. But she was pleased to have a baby. An English nurse, an ageless person, red-headed and authoritarian, came into our house. With her we returned to Elbeuf at the end of June. In the train at the Saint-Lazare station, as I opened the paper I had just bought, I read in the Latest News the murder of the Archduke, heir to the throne of Austria-Hungary, and his wife at Sarajevo. I mentioned it to Janine, who had taken her daughter on her knees and was trying to make her smile. She raised her head:
`Who's been assassinated?'
The Archduke Francis-Ferdinand, and the Duchess of Hohenberg.'
She pouted with indifference.
`Look at Poucette,' she said to me, `the little darling likes being in a train.'
This news, this instant, marked the end of our peace and happiness, but how were we to have guessed it? Without further comment on the news item, we bent over the little red face and our eyes met above our daughter.
The whole first part of the month of July was devoted to Michelle. Her bottles of milk, the chart of her weight, her pram, had become the sole subjects of conversation. Janine was suddenly showing herself to be very maternal, and this revelation modified the feelings of certain members of my family toward her.,
`Up to now,' my Uncle Edmond said with candour, `I had considered her a stranger, an imported ornament, a duck's egg, or even a parakeet's egg ... But now that she has a daughter and looks after her I have adopted her.'
Meanwhile the mill ran normally, the `lines' were nearing completion and we were all making plans for vacations. About the 20th of July the

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