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APPEARANCE AND REALITY

the effrontery to attempt to excuse yourself. You know that I am not a man who can be ill-used with impunity. The soul of generosity when people behave well to me I am pitiless when they behave badly. The very moment I have drunk my coffee I shall leave this apartment for ever."
Lisette sighed.
" I will tell you now that I had prepared a surprise for you. I had made up my mind to celebrate the second anniversary of our union by settling a sum of money on you sufficient to give you a modest independence if anything happened to me."
" How much?" asked Lisette sombrely. "A million francs."
She sighed again. Suddenly something soft hit the Senator on the back of the head and he gave a start. "What is that?" he cried.
" He's returning your pyjamas."
The young man had opened the door, flung the pyjamas at the Senator's head, and quickly closed it again. The Senator disengaged himself from the silk trousers that clung round his neck.
" What a way to reurn theml It is obvious that your friend has no education."
" Of course he has not your distinction," murmured Lisette. "And has he my intelligence?"
" Oh, no."
" Is he rich?"
" Penniless."
" Then, name of a name, what is it you see in him?" "He's young," smiled Lisette.
The Senator looked down at his plate and a tear rose in his eyes and rolled down his cheek into the coffee. T isette gave him a kindly look.
" My poor friend, one can't have everything in this life," she said.
" I knew I was not young. But my situation, my fortune, my

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