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BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER

grandmother. One felt that he would have liked to be active, to remain in contact with the affairs of the world:
`Why don't they send me to South America?' he said. `Wasn't I once a good travelling salesman for the Empire?'
When my wife was forty-three years old, since her birthday coincided withh the seventy-seventh birthday of our friend Abel Hermant, we invited a few friends and had a birthday cake decorated with a hundred and twenty candles. At dessert the Duke of Windsor got up and made a charming little speech.
`How strange life is!' Simone said to me after our guests had left ...`I never dreamed that my birthday toast would ever be given by a former King of England.'
`You wouldn't have guessed either that one day, as happened in Malta, a former King of Spain would come himself to open the door for you.' `Nor,' said she, `that the Emperor of Austria would be living in a students' hotel in the Latin Quarter.'
`All this,' I said, `reminds one of that inn in Venice where Candide found six strangers who were all dethroned monarchs. Like Voltaire we are witnessing the end of a world. That is always a melancholy spectacle.'
`What will our revolution be?' she asked. `Fascist? Communist?'
`That all depends on forces it is impossible to gauge and over which, alas, we have no control.' '
`And what must we do?'
`We must,' I told her, `cultivate our garden.'

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