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THE CALLERS

having him and laughing at him because they didn't respect him. They didn't respect him because he couldn't do things right. Who could respect him? .. ..
He was an outcast, he had no place in the society of mankind. He had had his chance in the world and turned his back on it. He had `behaved badly'-that was the phrase ....
Here a great house was presently to arise-a house to be paid for, a house neither he nor Ann could manage-with eleven bedrooms, and four disrespectful servants having them all the time !
How had it all happened exactly?
This was the end of his great fortune! What a chance he had had! If he had really carried out his first intentions and stuck to things, how much better everything might have been ! If he had got a tutor-that had been in his mind orginally-a special sort of tutor, to show him everything right. A tutor for gentlemen of neglected education. If he had read more and attended better to what Coote had said ....
Coote, who had just cut him! ....
Eleven bedrooms ! What had possessed him? No one would ever come to see them; no one would ever have anything to do with them. Even his aunt cut him! His uncle treated him with a half-contemptuous sufferance. He had not a friend worth counting in the world ! Buggins, Carshot, Pearce-shop assistants ! The Pornicks-a low, Socialist lot! He stood among his foundations like a lonely figure among ruins; he stood among the ruins of his future, and owned himself a foolish and mistaken man. He saw himself and Ann living out their shameful lives in this great crazy place-as it would be-with everybody laughing secretly at them, and the eleven bedrooms and nobody approaching them-nobody nice and right, that is-for ever. And Ann !
What was the matter with Ann? She'd given up going for walks lately, got touchy and tearful, been fitful with her food. Just when she didn't ought to. It was all a part of the judgment upon wrong-doing; it was all part of the social penalties that juggernaut of a novel had brought home to his mind.

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