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`But most plays are written for the stage,' said Helen, looking at the sugar.
`I know,' admitted Kipps.
They got through tea. `Well,' said Kipps, and rose.
`You mustn't go yet,' said Mrs. Walshingham, rising and taking his hand. `I'm sure you two must have heaps to say to each other'; and so she escaped towards the door.

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Among other projects that seemed almost equally correct to Kipps at that exalted moment was one of embracing Helen with ardour so soon as the door closed behind her mother, and one of headlong flight through the open window. Then he remembered he ought to hold the door open for Mrs. Walshingham, and turned from that duty to find Helen still standing, beautifully inaccessible, behind the tea-things. He closed the door and advanced towards her with his arms akimbo and his hands upon his coat skirts. Then feeling angular, he moved his right hand to his moustache. Anyhow, he was dressed all right. Somewhere at the back of his mind, dim and mingled with doubt and surprise, appeared the perception that he felt now quite differently towards her, that something between them had been blown from Lympne Keep to the four winds of heaven....
She regarded him with an eye of critical proprietorship. `Mother has been making up to you,' she said, smiling slightly.
She added, `It was nice of you to come round to see her.'
They stood through a brief pause, as though each had expected something different in the other, and was a little perplexed at its not being there. Kipps found he was at the corner of the brown-covered table, and he picked up a little flexible book that lay upon it to occupy his mind.
`I bought you a ring to-day,' he said, bending the book and speaking for the sake of saying something, and then he moved to genuine speech. `You know,' he said, `I can't 'ardly believe it.'
Her face relaxed slightly again. `No?' she said, and may have breathed, `Nor LU
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