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APPEARANCE AND REALITY

never have allowed you to have anything to do with this young man."
" I did not ask her permission."
" It is enough to bring the grey hairs of your poor father to the grave. Had you no thought of that wounded hero whose services to his country have been rewarded with a licence to sell tobacco? Do you forget that as Minister of the Interior the department is under my control? I should be within my rights if I revoked the licence on account of your flagrant immorality."
" I know you are too great a gentleman to do a dastardly thing like that."
He waved his hand in an impressive, though perhaps too dramatic a manner.
" Don't be afraid, I will never stoop so low as to revenge myself on one who has deserved well of his country for the :nisdeeds of a creature my sense of dignity forces me to despise."
He went on with his interrupted breakfast. Lisette did not speak and there was silence between them. But his appetite satisfied, his mood changed; he began to feel sorry for himself rather than angry with her, and with a strange ignorance of woman's heart he thought to arouse Lisette's remorse by exhibiting himself as an object of pity.
" It is hard to break a habit to which one has grown accustomed. It was a relief and a solace to me to come here when I could snatch a moment from my many occupations. Will you regret me a little, Lisette?"
" Of course."
He gave a deep sigh.
" I should never have thought you capable of so much deception."
" It is the deception that rankles," she murmured thoughtfully. "Men are funny in that way. They cannot forgive being made fools of. It is because they are so vain. They attach importance to things that are of no consequence."
" Do you call it a matter of no consequence that I should

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