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KIPPS ENTERS SOCIETY

the short lady in a big bonnet, who was pelting him with gritty little bits of small talk, that were gone before you could take hold of them and reply.
`Very hot,' said this lady. `Very hot indeed-hot all the summer-remarkable year-all the years remarkable now -don't know what we're coming to. Don't you think so, Mr. Kipps?'
'Oo, rather,' said Kipps, and wondered if Ann was still in that hall. Ann !
He ought not to have stared at her like a stuck fish, and pretended not to know her. That couldn't be right. But what was right?
The lady in the big bonnet proceeded to a second discharge. `Hope you're fond of anagrams, Mr. Kippsdifficult exercise-still, one must do something to bring people together better than Ludo, anyway. Don't you think so, Mr. Kipps?'
Ann fluttered past the open door. Her eyes met his in amazed inquiry. Something had got dislocated in the world for both of them ....
He ought to have told her he was engaged. He ought to have explained things to her. Perhaps, even now, he might be able to drop her a hint.
`Don't you think so, Mr. Kipps?'
`O, rather,' said Kipps for the third time.
A lady with a tired smile who was labelled conspicuously, 'Wogdelenk,' drifted towards Kipps' interlocutor, and the two fell into conversation. Kipps found himself socially aground. He looked about him. Helen was talking to a curate and laughing. Kipps was overcome by a vague desire to speak to Ann. He was for sidling doorward.
`What are you, please?' said an extraordinarily bold, tall girl, and arrested him while she took down `Cypshi.'
`I'm sure I don't know what it means,' she explained `I'm Sir Bubh. Don't you think anagrams are something chronic?'
Kipps made stockish noises, and the young lady suddenly became the nucleus of a party of excited friends who were forming a syndicate to guess,and barred his escape. She took no further notice of him. He found himself jammed against an occasional table and listening to the conversation of Mrs. 'Wogdelenk' and his lady with the big bonnet.
`She packed her two beauties off together,' said the lady

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