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very well light up again, and what the results of that may be no one can foretell. So far as you are concerned, Templeton, I can put it even more shortly. You've seen the X-ray photos yourself. Your lungs are riddled with tubercle. If you marry you'll be dead in six months."
" And if I don't how long can I live?" The doctor hesitated.
" Don't be afraid. You can tell me the truth." "Two or three years."
" Thank you, that's all we wanted to know."
They went as they had come, hand in hand; Ivy was crying softly. No one knew what they said to one another; but when they came into luncheon they were radiant. They told Ashenden and Chester that they were going to be married as soon as they could get a licence. Then Ivy turned to Chester.
" I should so much like your wife to come up for my wedding. D'you think she would?"
" You're not going to be married here?"
" Yes. Our respective relations will only disapprove, so we're not going to tell them until it's all over. We shall ask Dr.
Lennox to give me away."
She looked mildly at Chester, waiting for him to speak, for he had not answered her. The other two men watched him. His voice shook a little when he spoke.
" It's very kind of you to want her. I'll write and ask her."
When the news spread among the patients, though everyone congratulated them, most of them privately told one another that it was very injudicious; but when they learnt, as sooner or later everything that happened in the sanatorium was learnt, that Dr. Lennox had told Templeton that if he married he would be dead in six months, they were awed to silence. Even the dullest were moved at the thought of these two persons who loved one another so much that they were prepared to sacrifice their lives. A spirit of kindliness and good will descended on the sanatorium: people who hadn't been speaking spoke to one mother again; others forgot for a brief space their own

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