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THE WOODCARVING CLASS

It struck the girls that there was a quality of modest disavowal about that 'feller like me.' It gave them a light into this obscure person, and Miss Walshingham ventured to commend his work as `promising' and to ask whether he meant to follow it up. Kipps didn't `altogether know' -'things depended on so much,' but if he was in Folkestone next winter he certainly should. It did not occur to Miss Walshingham at the time to ask why his progress in art depended upon his presence in Folkestone. There were some more questions and answers-they continued to talk to him for a little time even when Mr. Chester Coote had come into the room-and when at last the conversation had died out, it dawned upon Kipps just how much his cut wrist had done for him ....
He went to sleep that night revising that conversation for the twentieth time, treasuring this and expanding that, and inserting things he might have said to Miss Walshingham-things he might still say about himselfin relation, more or less explicit, to her. He wasn't quite sure if he wouldn't like his arm to mortify a bit, which would make him interesting, or to heal up absolutely, which would show the exceptional purity of his blood ....

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The affair of the broken window happened late in April, and the class came to an end in May. In that interval there were several small incidents and great developments of emotion. I have done Kipps no justice if I have made it seem that his face was unsightly. It was, as the freckled girl pointed out to Helen Walshingham, an `interesting' face, and that aspect of him which presented chiefly erratic hair and glowing ears ceased to prevail.
They talked him over, and the freckled girl discovered there was something `wistful' in his manner. They detected a`natural delicacy,' and the freckled girl set herself to draw him out from that time forth. The freckled girl was nineteen, and very wise and motherly and benevolent, and really she greatly preferred drawing out Kipps to woodcarving. It was quite evident to her that Kipps was in love with Helen Walshingham, and it struck her as a queer and romantic and pathetic and extremely interesting phenomenon. And as at that time she regarded Helen

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