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waiter went and spoke to two other waiters, no doubt jeering at him. He became very fierce suddenly. "Ere!' he said, gesticulating; and then, `Clear this away!'
The entire dinner-party on his right, the party of the ladies in advanced evening dress, looked at him .... He felt that every one was watching him and making fun of him, and the injustice of this angered him. After all, they had had every advantage he hadn't. And then, when they got him there doing his best, what must they do but glance and sneer and nudge one another. He tried to catch them at it, and then took refuge in a second glass of wine.
Suddenly and extraordinarily he found himself a Socialist. He did not care how close it was to the lean years when all these things would end.
Mutton came with peas. He arrested the hand of the waiter. `No peas," he said. He knew something of the danger and difficulty of eating peas. Then, when the peas went away, he was embittered again .... Echoes of Masterman's burning rhetoric began to reverberate in his mind. Nice lot of people these were to laugh at any one! Women half undressed -It was that made him so beastly uncomfortable. How could one eat one's dinner with people about him like that? Nice lot they were. He was glad he wasn't one of them anyhow. Yes, they might look. He resolved, if they looked at him again, he would ask one of the men who he was staring at. His perturbed and angry face would have concerned any one. The band, by an unfortunate accident, was playing truculent military music. The mental change Kipps underwent was, in its way, what psychologists call a conversion. In a few moments all Kipps' ideals were changed. He who had been `practically a gentleman,' the sedulous pupil of Coote, the punctilious raiser of hats, was instantly a rebel, an outcast, the hater of everything `stuck up,' the foe of Society and the social order of' to-day. Here they were among the profits of their robbery, these people who might do anything with the world ....
`No, thenks,' he said to a dish.
He addressed a scornful eye at the shoulders of the lady to his left.
Presently he was refusing another dish. He didn't like it-filssed-up food ! Probably cooked by some foreigner. He finished up his wine and his bread ....

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