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fI married her-ever since .... Not once. Not even by accident have I ever said or done anything in the slightest --' His little brown eye became pensive after this flattering intimacy, and the gorgeous draperies of his abundant voice fell into graver folds. `I learnt about women rom 'er,' he said impressively. `Yes,' said Walshingham, getting into the hinder spaces of that splendid pause, `a man must know about women. And the only sound way of learning is the experimental method.'
`If you want to know about the experimental method, my boy,' said Chitterlow, resuming ....
So they talked. Ex pede Herculem, as Coote, that cultivated polyglot, would have put it. And in the small hours Kipps went to bed, with his brain whirling with words and whisky, and sat for an unconscionable time upon his bed edge, musing sadly upon the unmanly monogamy that had cast its shadow upon his career, musing with his thoughts pointing round more and more certainly to the possibility of at least duplicity with Ann.

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For some days he had been refraining with some insistence from going off to New Romney again ....
I do not know if this may count in palliation of his misconduct. Men, real Strong-Souled, Healthy Men, should be, I suppose, impervious to conversational atmospheres, but I have never claimed for Kipps a place at these high levels. The fact remains, that next day he spent the afternoon with Ann, and found no scruple in displaying himself a budding lover.
He had met her in the High Street, had stopped her, and almost on the spur of the moment had boldly proposed a walk, `for the sake of old times.'
`I don't mind,' said Ann.
Her consent almost frightened Kipps. His imagination had not carried him to that. `It would be a lark,' said Kipps, and looked up the street and down, `Now,' he said.
`I don't mind a bit, Artie. I was just going for a walk along towards St. Mary's.'
`Let's go that way, be'ind the church,' said Kipps; and presently they found themselves drifting seaward in a

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