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CHAPTER I

" I'll show you if you really want to see it." He led the way through into the inner hall. Showing off possessions reminded him of the poems he used to gabble as a small boy in the drawing-room. When the guests all clapped and tried to pat him on the head he had wanted to scream and kick them on the shins.
The dispatch case was lying open on a table. It was in morocco. It held a writing pad, nail scissors, file and penholders, all of which would be lost or stolen in the first week at Eton. Mrs. Bailey had scrapped her vision of a new summer hat, when she saw it in a Barford shop window.
" How lovely," said Maureen. " D. A. B. DENIS, whatever is your second name ? I never knew you had one."
" Anthony," said Denis.
" Anthony, what a jolly name."
" Bloody silly, if you ask me." All the same he would leave the dispatch case in a pretty obvious position in his room at Wren's.
" Look," said Maureen. " It's even got a place for writing paper and envelopes. You'll be able to write to me on wet afternoons."
Denis considered. " All right, perhaps I will. Most of the fellows at m'tutor's write to girls, though god knows what they say."
Maureen smiled. " It's not so hard as it sounds ; you try. But I don't believe you so much as think of me, when you are at Eton." Denis kicked a table leg. " You know I often wonder how you are getting on. It seems so funny to have two quite separate lives, if you know what I mean."
" I suppose so." Denis was trying to remember if he had ever thought of Maureen at Eton. Probably not. But he might try a letter, just for the fun of it, like other fellows did, especially now that he had the dispatch case. " But you're not getting soppy, are you ?" he added. "just because I'm going back to-morrow. School's all right. You needn't worry about me, Maureen."
" It's dull here, when everyone's away," said Maureen.

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