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THE POINT OF HONOUR

seen something that no other foreigner has seen within living memory."
" It's very kind of you to have shown it to me. I'm infinitely grateful."
He looked about him with a pride with which I could sympathise.
" It was built by one of my own ancestors in the time of Don Pedro the Cruel. It is very likely that the King himself more than once caroused under this ceiling with my ancestor."
I held out the book I was carrying.
" I've just been reading a play in which Don Pedro is one of the important characters."
" What is the book?"
I handed it to him and he glanced at the title. I looked about me.
" Of course, what adds to the beauty is that wonderful garden," I said. "The whole impression is awfully romantic."
The Spaniard was evidently pleased with my enthusiasm. He smiled. I had already noticed how grave his smile was. It hardly dispelled the habitual melancholy of his expression.
" Would you like to sit down for a few minutes and smoke a cigarette ?"
" I should love to."
We walked out into the garden and came upon a lady sitting on a bench of Moorish tiles like those in the gardens of the Alcazar. She was working at some embroidery. She looked up quickly, evidently taken aback to see a stranger, and gave my companion an enquiring stare.
" Allow me to present you to my wife," he said.
The lady gravely bowed. She was very beautiful, with magnificent eyes, a straight nose with delicate nostrils, and a pale smooth skin. In her black hair, abundant as with most Spanish women, there was a broad white streak. Her face was quite unlined and she could not have been more than thirty.
" You have a very lovely garden, Senora," I said because I had to say something.

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