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walk home with him. The war had changed him a great deal. Although exempt from military service, he had insisted in 194 on enlisting as a private in the Artillery. From this experience of army life he had produced a cruel book: Mars, ou La Guerre jugee. For a man so jealous of his independence, the worst misfortune of war had not been death or danger but the suspension of civil liberties and public criticism. `Who is in the right?' To find the answer to this question in the army you count the , stripes or the stars of the interlocutors. It is likely that Socrates as a private would have suffered from this method. Hence in the case of Alain, veteran of the Great War, there had grown up a bitterness that he had not possessed when he was at Rouen. In the mud of the trenches he had caught rheumatism which made him drag one leg, but he had acquired a better understanding than ever of Homer and Tacitus. He remained the man I admired most in the world.
He had said this to me about Bramble:
`You don't tell the whole truth in it, but you don't lie; and that's a great deal. Your Colonel is massive, terrifying; he will last.'
After Ariel he wrote me:
`I know you well. You are a tender-hearted boy. Take care not to suffer too much.'

Ariel found in Janine an attentive, disturbed and surprised reader. Prior to this book my wife had not attached much importance to my vocation as a writer. Bramble had appeared at a time when she was suffering from a serious illness. The failure of Ni Ange, ni Bete had discouraged her. She had good taste, was a reader of Shakespeare and Swinburne and copied out her favourite verses in little classroom notebooks. But in me she had married a manufacturer; she loved luxury and the pleasures that money provides; we now had three children (two sons, Gerald and Olivier, having been born in i9zo and r9ar); she had no desire to see me abandon a prosperous mill for labours the success of which was doubtful.
`Instead of scribbling in the evenings,' grumbled the red-headed nurse, `Monsieur would do better to go out with Madame, and instead of scribbling during the day Monsieur would do better to look after his business.'
Janine repeated this comment to me as a comic example of the churlish

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