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APPEARANCE AND REALITY

Monsieur Le Sueur looked round and on the chair behind him, flung down in a disorderly fashion, was a variety of masculine garments. The Senator gave the young man a look of contempt.
" You may take your clothes, Monsieur," he said with cold disdain.
The young man picked them up in his arms, gathered up the shoes that were lying about the floor, and quickly left the room. Monsieur Le Sueur had a considerable gift of oratory. Never had he made better use of it than now. He told Lisette what he thought of her. It was not flattering. He painted her ingratitude in the blackest colours. He ransacked an extensive vocabulary in order to find opprobrious names to call her. He called all the powers of heaven to witness that never had a woman repaid with such gross deception an honest man's belief in her. In short he said everything that anger, wounded vanity and disappointment suggested to him. Lisette did not seek to defend herself. She listened in silence, looking down and mechanically crumbling the roll which the Senator's appearance had prevented her from finishing. He flung an irritated glance at her plate.
" I was so anxious that you should be the first to hear my great news that I came straight here from the station. I was expecting to have my petit dejeuner with you, sitting at the end of your bed."
" My poor dear, haven't you had your breakfast? I'll order some for you at once."
" I don't want any."
" Nonsense. With the great responsibility you are about to assume you must keep up your strength."
She rang and when the maid came told her to bring in hot coffee. It was brought and Lisette poured it out. He would not touch it. She buttered a roll. He shrugged his shoulders and began to eat. Meanwhile he uttered a few remarks on the perfidy of women. She remained silent.
" At all events it is something," he said, "that you have not

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