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brand new pyjamas. Lisette was surprised to see him. Indeed she gave a distinct start.
" Tiens," she said. "Where have you sprung from? I didn't expect you till tomorrow."
" The Ministry has fallen," he answered mechanically. "I have been sent for. I am to be offered the Ministry of the Interior." But that was not what he wanted to say at all. He gave the gentleman who was wearing his pyjamas a furious look. "Who is that young man?" he cried.
Lisette's large red mouth broke into a most alluring smile. "My lover," she answered.
" Do you think I'm a fool?" shouted the Senator. "I know he's your lover."
" Why do you ask then?"
Monsieur Le Sueur was a man of action. He went straight up to Lisette and smacked her hard on her right cheek with his left hand and then smacked her hard on the left cheek with his right hand.
" Brute," screamed Lisette.
He turned to the young man who had watched this scene of violence with some embarrassment and, drawing himself to his full height, flung out his arm and with a dramatic finger pointed to the door.
" Get out," he cried. "Get out."
One would have thought, such was the commanding aspect of a man who was accustomed to sway a crowd of angry taxpayers and who could dominate with his frown an annual meeting of disappointed shareholders, that the young man would have made a bolt for the door; but he stood his ground, irresolutely it is true, but he stood his ground; he gave Lisette an appealing look and slightly shrugged his shoulders.
" What are you waiting for?" shouted the Senator. "Do you want me to use force?"
" He can't go out in his pyjamas," said Lisette. "They're not his pyjamas, they're my pyjamas." "He's waiting for his clothes."

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