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THE UNCONQUERED

"Never. Why don't you leave me alone? Isn't it enough that you've ruined my life?"
" Well, that's just it. Perhaps I haven't. When I knew you were going to have a baby it had a funny effect on me. It's all different now. It's made me so proud."
" Proud?" she flung at him viciously.
" I want you to have the baby, Annette. I'm glad you couldn't get rid of it."
" How dare you say that?"
" But listen to me. I've been thinking of nothing else since I knew. The war will be over in six months. We shall bring the English to their knees in the spring. They haven't got a chance. And then I shall be demobilised and I'll marry you."
" You? Why?"
He blushed under his tan. He could not bring himself to say it in French, so he said it in German. He knew she understood it.
" Ich liebe dich."
" What does he say?" asked Madame Perier.
" He says he loves me."
Annette threw back her head and broke into a peal of barslaughter. She laughed louder and louder and she couldn't stop and tears streamed from her eyes. Madame Perier slapped her sharply on both cheeks.
" Don't pay any attention," she said to Hans. "It's hysteria. Her condition, you know."
Annette gasped. She gained control over herself.
" I brought the bottle of champagne to celebrate our engagement," said Hans.
" That's the bitterest thing of all," said Annette, "that we were beaten by fools, by such fools."
Hans went on speaking in German.
" I didn't know I loved you till that day when I found out that you were going to have a baby. It came like a clap of thunder, but I think I've loved you all the time."
" What does he say?" asked Madame Perier.

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