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THE EMPORIUM

We see, you don't mean what I mean,' he is saying.
'Well, what do you mean?'
`Not what you mean!'
'Well, tell me.'
'Ah! That's another story.'
Pause. They look meaningly at one another.
`You are a one for being roundabout,' says the lady.
'Well, you're not so plain, you know.'
`Not plain?'
'No.'
`You don't mean to say I'm roundabout?'
`No. I mean to say Though ' Pause.
`Well?'
`You're not a bit plain-you're' (his voice jumps up to a squeak) `pretty. See?'
`Oh, get out!'-her voice lifts also-with pleasure.
She strikes him with her glove, then glances suddenly at a ring upon her finger. Her smile disappears moment arily. Another pause. Eyes meet and the smile returns.
`I wish I knew ' says Kipps.
`Knew ?I
'Where you got that ring.'
She lifts the hand with the ring until her eyes just show (very prettily) over it. `You'd just like to know,' she says slowly, and smiles still more brightly with the sense of successful effect.
`I dessay I could guess.'
`I dessay you couldn't.'
Couldn't I?'
'No!'
`Guess it in three.
`Not the name.'
`Ah'
`Ah!'
`Well anyhow, lemme look at it.'
He looks at it. Pause. Giggles, slight struggle, and a slap on Kipps' coat-sleeve. A passer-by appears down the path and she hastilv withdraws her hand.
She glances at the face of the approaching man. They maintain a bashful silence until he has passed ....

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