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THE WOODCARVING CLASS

with scarcely a pang that, as a consequence, perhaps, of his neglect, Flo was `carrying on with a chap who managed a farm.'
Every Thursday he jabbed and gouged at his wood, abbing and gouging intersecting circles and diamond traceries, and that laboured inane which our mad world calls ornament, and he watched Miss Walshingham furtively whenever she turned away. The circles, in consequence, were jabbed crooked, and his panels, losing their symmetry, became comparatively pleasing to the untrained eve-and once he jabbed his finger. He would cheerfully have jabbed all his fingers if he could have found some means of using the opening to express himself of the vague emotions that possessed him. But he shirked conversation just as earnestly as he desired it; he feared that profound general ignorance of his might appear.

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There came a time when she could not open one of the class-room windows. The man with the black beard pored over his chipping heedlessly ....
It did not take Kipps a moment to grasp his opportunity. He dropped his gouge and stepped forward. 'Lem me,' he said ....
He could not open the window either! `
Oh, please don 't trouble,' she said.
" Sno trouble,' he gasped.
Still the sash stuck. He felt his manhood was at stake. He gathered himself together for a tremendous effort, and the pane broke with a snap, and he thrust his hand into the void beyond.
`There!' said Miss Walshingham, and the glass fell ringing into the courtyard below.
Then Kipps made to bring his hand back and felt the keen touch of the edge of the broken glass at his wrist. He turned dolefully. `I'm tremendously sorry,' he said, m answer to the accusation in Miss'Walshingham's eyes. 'I didn't think it would break like that'-as if he had expected it to break in some quite different and entirely more satisfactory manner. The boy with the gift for woodcarving, having stared at Kipps' face for a moment, became involved in a Laocoon struggle with a giggle.

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