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important to say which should have been in Ni Ange, ni Bete but was not there and was linked obscurely but intimately with the character of Shelley; no doubt it would be better expressed if, instead of transforming Shelley into an engineer of 1848, I should write his life directly and openly. Hence sprang a keen desire to have time to'read everything that had been published about Shelley, to re-read his correspondence and his poems and to write a biography that would be, not the literary study of a poet, but the picture of a human conflict.
This desire, which became a need, made me impatient. Both the life in the mill and that at home seemed to me full of futile acts and words. Ah! To shut myself up to read, to write, no longer to have to listen to meaningless complaints, to live the life of a writer surrounded by creatures born of my imagination, such was now my dream. Later I gave it to Shelley himself: `It seemed to him that in the crystalline mansions of his thought, Harriet and her daughter had fallen like blocks of recalcitrant living matter. In vain, with all the strength of his logic, he tried to rid himself of them; the ponderous reality was too much for his fragile arms. ...'

My work at the mill weighed heavily upon me. No doubt it was because other occupations to which I was better suited attracted me, but also because post-war industry no longer resembled that of the pre-war days. Before 1914 if competition had been sharp and profits limited, at least a prudent man could pilot his ship with some intelligence. The costs of raw materials served him as landmarks, the value of currencies fluctuated only within narrow limits, salaries increased only by slow stages.
After the war all the compasses began to spin. Francs, pounds, dollars, marks, pesetas shot up and down without order or understandable rhythm. Immediately after the Armistice the needs of Europe were such that an unheard of prosperity seemed to lie ahead of industry. Before 1914 clients had been heartless monsters, to be spoken of only with respectful dread, and they had easily imposed their capricious demands on manufacturers who were disunited and always starved for work. At the slightest sign of rebellion F-B would fmd himself menaced by B-B. In 1920 manufacturers, stuffed with orders, entered into agreements to deal with the buyers. The Brothers Blin approached us to form an alliance - a diplomatic revolution as astonishing as the one which at that time was

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