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THE WOODCARVING CLASS

might regard an operation without anxsthetics. `You're right,' he said, and then looked at her with an entire abandonment of visage.
She coloured under his glare of silent avowal, and he blushed brightly. `I think so, too,' he said hoarsely, cleared his throat, and, after a meditative moment, proceeded sacramentally with his woodcarving.
`You are wonderful,' said the freckled girl to Miss Walshingham, apropos of nothing, as they went on their way home together. `He simply adores you.'
`But, my dear, what have I done?' said Helen.
`That's just it,' said the freckled girl. `What have you done?'
And then with a terrible swiftness came the last class of the course to terminate this relationship altogether. Kipps was careless of dates, and the thing came upon him with an effect of abrupt surprise. Just as his petals were expanding so hopefully, `Finis,' and the thing was at an end. But Kipps did not fully appreciate that the end was indeed and really and truly the end until he was back in the emporium after the end was over.
The end began practically in the middle of the last class, when the freckled girl' broached the topic of terminations. She developed the question of just how he was going on after the class ended. She hoped he would stick to certain resolutions of self-improvement he had breathed. She said quite honestly that he owed it to himself to develop his possibilities. He expressed firm resolve, but dwelt on difficulties. He had no books. She instructed him how to get books from the public library. He was to get a Form of application for a ticket signed by a ratepayer, and he said `of course' when she said Mr. Shalford would do that, though all the time he knew perfectly well it would ,that, do' to ask Mr. Shalford for anything of the sort. She explained that she was going to North Wales for the s'lmmer, information he received without immediate regret. At intervals he expressed his intention of going on with woodcarving when the summer was over, and once he added, 'if-'
She considered herself extremely delicate not to press for the completion of that 'if-'
After that talk there was an interval of languid woodcarving and watching Miss Walshingham.

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