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the three were left in silence. Hans looked ruefully at his bottle of champagne. He sighed and rose to his feet. When he went out Madame Perier accompanied him.
" Did you mean it when you said you would marry her?" she asked him, speaking in a low voice.
" Yes. Every word. I love her."
" And you wouldn't take her away? You'd stay here and work on the farm?"
" I promise you."
" Evidently my old man can't last for ever. At home you'd have to share with your brother. Here you'd share with nobody."
" There's that too."
" We never were in favour of Annette marrying that teacher, but our son was alive then and he said, if she wants to marry him, why shouldn't she? Annette was crazy about him. But now that our son's dead, poor boy, it's different. Even if she wanted to, how could she work the farm alone?"
" It would be a shame if it was sold. I know how one feels about one's own land."
They had reached the road. She took his hand and gave it a little squeeze.
" Come again soon."
Hans knew that she was on his side. It was a comfort to him to think that as he rode back to Soissons. It was a bother that Annette was in love with somebody else. Fortunately he was a prisoner; long before he was likely to be released the baby would be born. That might change her: you could never tell with a woman. Why, in his village there'd been a woman who was so much in love with her husband that it had been a joke, and then she had a baby and after that she couldn't bear the sight of him. Well, why shouldn't the contrary happen too? And now that he'd offered to marry her she must see that he was a decent sort of fellow. God, how pathetic she'd looked with her head flung back, and how well she'd spoken! What language! An actress on the stage couldn't have expressed her-

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