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"D'you think I'm going to give him up now? How often d'you want me to tell you I'm going to marry him the moment he gets out?"
" All right, then you can get out of my house and get out pretty damn quick. And stay out."
" Pa!" cried Mrs. Carter.
" Shut up."
" I'll be glad to go," said Gracie.
" Oh, will you? And how d'you think you're going to live?"
" I can work, can't I? I can get a job at Payne & Perkins. They'll be glad to have me."
" Oh, Gracie, you couldn't go and work in a shop. You can't demean yourself like that," said Mrs. Carter.
" Will you shut up, Ma," shouted Mr. Carter, beside himself now with rage. "Work, will you? You that's never done a stroke of work in your life except that tomfoolery at the college. Bright idea it was of your ma's to give you an education. Fat lot of good it'll be to you when you've got to stand on your feet for hours and got to be civil and pleasant to a lot of old trouts who just try and give you all the trouble they can just to show how superior they are. I bet you'll like it when you're bawled out by the manageress because you're not bright and snappy. All right, marry your jail-bird. I suppose you know you'll have to keep him too. You don't think anyone's going to give him a job, do you, not with his record. Get out, get out, get out."
He had worked himself up to such a pitch of fury that he sank panting into a chair. Mrs. Carter, frightened, poured out a glass of water and gave him some to drink. Gracie slipped out of the room.
Next day, when her father had gone to work and her mother was out shopping, she left the house with such effects as she could get into a suitcase. Payne & Perkins was a large department store in the Brixton Road, and with her good appearance and pleasant manner she found no difficulty in getting taken on. She was put in the ladies' lingerie. For a few days she

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