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and one morning when they were at sea and she saw him sitting on deck with a book, she brought her chair next to his and sat down beside him.
" Are you fond of reading, Doctor?" she said brightly.
" Yes."
" So am I. And I suppose like all Germans you're musical."
" I'm fond of music."
" So am I. The moment I saw you I thought you looked clever."
He gave her a brief look and pursing his lips went on reading. Yliss Reid was not disconcerted.
" But of course one can always read. I always prefer a good talk to a good book. Don't you?"
" No."
" How very interesting. Now do tell me why?"
" I can't give you a reason."
" That's very strange, isn't it? But then I always think human nature is strange. I'm terribly interested in people, you know. I always like doctors, they know so much about human nature, but I could tell you some things that would surprise even you. You learn a great deal about people if you run a tea-shop like I do, that's to say if you keep your eyes open."
The doctor got up.
" I must ask you to excuse me, Miss Reid. I have to go and see a patient."
" Anyhow I've broken the ice now," she thought, as he walked away. "I think he was only shy."
But a day or two later the doctor was not feeling at all well. He had an internal malady that troubled him now and then, but he was used to it and disinclined to talk about it. When he had one of his attacks he only wanted to be left alone. His cabin was small and stuffy, so he settled himself on a long chair on deck and lay with his eyes closed. Miss Reid was walking up and down to get the half-hour's exercise she took morning and evening. He thought that if he pretended to be asleep she would not disturb him. But when she had passed him half a

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