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"That's tough luck, old man," said Templeton in his hearty way. "Why didn't you tell Lennox to go to hell?"
" He must know best," said Chester.
Ivy gave him another look and began to talk of something else.
Looking back, Ashenden realised that she had at once suspected the truth. For next day he happened to walk with Chester.
" I'm awfully sorry your wife isn't coming," he said. "You'll miss her visit dreadfully."
" Dreadfully."
He gave Ashenden a sidelong glance. Ashenden felt that he had something he wanted to say, but could not bring himself to say it. He gave his shoulders an angry shrug.
" It's my fault if she's not coming. I asked Lennox to write and tell her not to. I couldn't stick it any more. I spend the whole month looking forward to her coming and then when she's here I hate her. You see, I resent so awfully having this filthy disease. She's strong and well and full of beans. It maddens me when I see the pain in her eyes. What does it matter to her really? Who cares if you're ill? They pretend to care, but they're jolly glad it's you and not them. I'm a swine, aren't I ?"
Ashenden remembered how Mrs. Chester had sat on a stone by the side of the road and wept.
" Aren't you afraid you'll make her very unhappy, not letting her come?"
" She must put up with that. I've got enough with my own unhappiness without bothering with hers."
Ashenden did not know what to say and they walked on in silence. Suddenly Chester broke out irritably.
" It's all very well for you to be disinterested and unselfish, you're going to live. I'm going to die, and God damn it, I don't want to die. Why should I? It's not fair." ,
Time passed. In a place like the sanatorium where there was little to occupy the mind it was inevitable that soon everyone

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