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easiness that is better. A real gentleman looks right, without looking as though he had tried to be right.'
`Jest as though 'e'd put on what came first?' said the pupil in a faded voice.
`Not exactly that, but a sort of ease.'
Kipps nodded his head intelligently. In his heart he was kicking his silk hat about the room in an ecstasy of disappointment.
`And you must accustom yourself to be more at your ease when you are with people,' said Helen. `You've only got to forget yourself a little and not be anxious '
`I'll try,' said Kipps, looking rather hard at the tea-pot. `I'll do my best to try.'
`I know you will,' she said; and laid a hand for an instant upon his shoulder and withdrew it.
He did not perceive her caress. `One has to learn,' he said. His attention was distracted by the strenuous efforts that were going on in the back of his head to translate, `I say, didn't you ought to name the day?' into easy as well as elegant English, a struggle that was still undecided when the time came for them to part....
He sat for a long time at the open window of his sittingroom with an intent face, recapitulating that interview. His eyes rested at last almost reproachfully on the silk hat beside him. `'Ow is one to know?' he asked. His attention was caught by a rubbed place in the nap, and, still thoughtful, he rolled up his handkerchief skilfully into a soft ball and began to smooth this down.
`'Ow the Juice is one to know?' he said, putting down the hat with some emphasis.
He rose up, went across the room to the sideboard, and, standing there, opened and began to read in Manners and Rules.

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