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comes you'll see that we haven't been conquered. Now go. My mind's made up and nothing on God's earth can change it."
He was silent for a minute or two.
" Have you made arrangements for a doctor? I'll pay all the expenses."
" Do you suppose we want to spread our shame through the whole countryside? My mother will do all that's necessary."
" But supposing there's an accident?"
" And supposing you mind your own business!"
He sighed and rose to his feet. When he closed the door behind him she watched him walk down the pathway that led to the road. She realised with rage that some of the things he said had aroused in her heart a feeling that she had never felt for him before.
" 0 God, give me strength," she cried.
Then, as he walked along, the dog, an old dog they'd had for years, ran up to him barking angrily. He had tried for months to make friends with the dog, but it had never responded to his advances; when he tried to pat it, it backed away growling and showing its teeth. And now as the dog ran towards him, irritably giving way to his feeling of frustration, Hans gave it a savage, brutal kick and the dog was flung into the bushes and limped yelping away.
" The beast," she cried. "Lies, lies, lies. And I was weak enough to be almost sorry for him."
There was a looking-glass hanging by the side of the door and she looked at herself in it. She drew herself up and smiled at her reflection. But rather than a smile it was a fiendish grimace.
It was now March. There was a bustle of activity in the garrison at Soissons. There were inspections and there was intensive training. Rumour was rife. There was no doubt they were going somewhere, but the rank and file could only guess where. Some thought they were being got ready at last for the invasion of England, others were of opinion that they would be sent to the Balkans, and others again talked of the

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