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CHAPTER V

Iibrary ; but he would do his best not to cause him embarrassment in the house. He felt wonderfully passive. There was a sort of weakness in the pit of his stomach. One of the lower boys in the street caught the cricket ball and put it in his pocket, and they both went away toward the playing fields. Denis read further in his mother's letter.

" Please remember me to Miss Fuller and, of course, to Mr. Wren. I suppose you are still 'messing' with Robin. Write and tell me all your news and who are your masters this ` half,' and how you are doing at cricket. I hope to finish your socks by to-morrow and will post them to you as soon as possible. Maureen called yesterday with some wonderful bluebells she had got in Roach's Wood. She tells me she is going to stay shortly with some friends near Windsor. No time for more now as I have to do the shopping.
" Your affect. mother,
" A. M. B."

" P.S.-You might have sent us a line to say you reached Eton safely. Work hard and play hard. H. E. B."

Not much of a letter, thought Denis. Anyone might have written it. And it didn't tell him very much either, except about Maureen coming to stay near Windsor ; why couldn't she have told him herself ? He took up his pen and started to write. He usually wrote home on Sundays, and with the regularity of the event he had evolved a certain formula of his own. He wrote :

" DEAR MUM,-Thank you for your nice letter. I have had no time to write before. You will be glad to hear that I won the Holiday Sketch Prize. Llewellyn is very pleased with that sketch I did of Speenmouth Steps. M'dame is quite well. I am up to Hunter for classics again, Raven for history, Perrier for French, Wilson for science and Ellison for maths. Do you think you could send me some eggs each week as I am messing with

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