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THE HOUSING PROBLEM

and remarkable smells, was already fighting her way back ....
And the plan was invariably inconvenient, invariably. All the houses they saw had a common quality for which she could find no word, but for which the proper word is `incivility.' `They build these 'ouses,' she said, `as though girls wasn't 'uman beings.' Sid's social democracy had got into her blood, perhaps, and, anyhow, they went about discovering the most remarkable inconsiderateness in the contemporary house.
`There's kitching stairs to go up, Artie !' Ann would say. `Some poor girl's got to go up and down, up and down, and be tired out, jest because they haven't the sense to leave enough space to give their steps a proper rise- and no water upstairs anywhere-every drop got to be carried ! It's 'ouses like this wear girls out.
'It's 'aving 'ouses built by men, I believe, makes all the work and trouble,' said Ann ....
The Kippses, you see, thought they were looking for a reasonably simple little contemporary house; but indeed they were looking either for dreamland or A.D. 1975, or thereabouts, and it hadn't come.

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But it was a foolish thing of Kipps to begin building a house.
He did that out of an extraordinarry animosity for house-agents he had conceived.
Everybody hates house-agents, just as everybody loves sailors. It is, no doubt, a very wicked and unjust hatred, but the business of a novelist is not ethical principle, but facts. Everybody hates house-agents because they have everybody at a disadvantage. All other callings have a certain amount of give and take, the house-agent simply takes. All other callings want you; your solicitor is afraid you may change him, your doctor cannot go too far, your novelist-if only you knew it-is mutely abject towards your unspoken wishes; and as for your tradespeople, milkmen will fight outside your front door for you, and greengrocers call in tears if you discard them suddenly; but who ever heard of a house-agent struggling to serve any one? You want a house; you go to him; you, dishevelled and

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