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CHAPTER IX

and had slipped down easily, scarcely touching the wooden pegs with his shoes. The difficulty had been to stop laughing.
Oliver had kicked himself into a grey check of Peter's. He pulled down a cap over one eye. " Five Ace Joe, what ?" The slim coat wrinkled at the waist and gave a rakish appearance. It had been ordered in the days of low cut, one link coats and had a strong Harrovian flavour about it. Denis looked very young in a dark blue serge. He shoved his hands deep in the trouser pockets and imagined himself a most sinister type. Lady Bridget showed the boys how she could drive and in a quarter of an hour they were churning the gravel of the club entrance.
Devil's Island was a blaze of coloured lights. A negro band was playing and in the warm June night a few couples shuffled lazily on a parquet under the trees. Inside, the club was full of eating and drinking and loud chatter. One large party were in evening dress. The girls were fat and suburban ; the men pink and prosperous. In the middle of their table was a cut glass carafe, swimming with cherries and strawberries and bits of cucumber, all swollen beyond their limits in some amber tipple. In the alcoves of the diningroom, men in grey flannel suits were saying things to blonde river girls, who laughed and looked away.
The three boys left their caps in the cloakroom, straightened their coats, screwed up their lower lips, frowned fiercely and faced the ballroom, while Peter's sister signed them in. The superior attendant smiled a little, as she wrote " Charles Smith, George Johnson, Robert Jones." Lady Bridget had never been very imaginative.
" We'd better sit in one of the alcoves, Bridget," said Peter, " in case a beak comes in. Over there, what do you think ? "
Denis followed them across the floor. It was the first time he had been in a dance club. He was dazed by the brilliant tone of the lighting, softened by no shadow, and the high pitch of the voices, that chattered and buzzed and paused only to laugh in shrill cackles. And beyond and through the

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