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CHAPTER VI

the blinds, please," he said. " Williams," he clapped his hands and a birdlike assistant appeared and shuffled off to the lantern. Mr. Wilson held out a hand to show the division how simple his assistant was. The room was dark except for thin sun rays, that crept between the blinds. A square of feeble light flickered on the screen, and the shadow of Mr. Wilson's long pointer quivered in the light. The upper rows became restive. A pencil landed on Grainger's head. An inkpot streamed silently on the floor. India-rubbers flew through the air. A scuffle was heard in a corner and a half suppressed squeak and the room was deluged in sunlight. Mr. Wilson stood with his hand on the blind catch. His face was expressionless. He appeared neither bored nor interested. Spencer-Mace and another boy sat up very straight and looked intelligently at the screen. They were flushed.
" Two hundred lines by lock up to-morrow, SpencerMace and Overbury." Mr. Wilson walked to his desk and wrote it gravely in a book. He pulled down the blind. " First slide, please, Williams." A monster of cumbrous proportions flickered on the screen. It lay on its back and kicked its legs into a primeval marsh.
" Wrong side up, fool," said Mr. Wilson. " Time you knew a Brontosaurus when you saw one." The lantern was changed and the Brontosaurus appeared, stepping delicately over a marsh. Mr. Wilson explained.
After twelve, Denis went round to Llewellyn's. Llewellyn himself was the centre of a group, clamouring for a subject. One by one he got rid of them ; to the playing fields, or to his garden, or, the most popular subject of all, the chapel or upper school from school yard. Half a dozen artists sat down patiently to draw urns, bits of arms or legs, plaster hands severed at the wrist or the muscular torso of some ancient Greek.
" Is the model coming, sir ?" asked someone.
" Tuesdays and Thursdays this half," said Llewellyn.
" You'd better do a still life to-day." The model was a seedy old man, who sat in a deathlike trance, as far removed from

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