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Even his lips were white.
`You mean we ain't got nothing' left, Artie?'
`Not a penny! Not a bloomin' penny, Ann. No!'
A gust of passion whirled across the soul of Kipps. He flung out a knuckly fist. `If I 'ad 'im 'ere,' he said, 'I'dI'd-I'd wring 'is neck for 'im. I'd-I'd ' His voice rose to a shout. He thought of Gwendolen in the kitchen, and fell to, `Ugh!'
`But, Artie,' said Ann, trying to grasp it, `d'you mean to say he's took our money?'
'Speckylated it!' said Kipps, with an illustrative flourish of the arm that failed to illustrate. 'Bort things dear and sold' em cheap, and played the 'ankeypankey j ackass with everything we got. That's what I mean 'e's done, Ann.' He repeated this last sentence with the addition of violent adverbs.
'D'you mean to say our money's gone, Artie?'
'Ter-dash it, Yes, Ann!' swore Kipps, exploding in a shout. 'Ain't I tellin' you?'
He was immediately sorry. `I didn't mean to 'oller at you, Ann,' he said, `but I'm all shook up. I don't 'ardly know what I'm sayin'. Ev'ry penny ....
`But, Artie '
Kipps grunted. He went to the window and stared for a moment at a sunlit sea. `Gord!' he swore.
`I mean,' he said coming back to Ann, and with an air of exasperation, `that he's 'bezzled and 'ooked it. That's what I mean, Ann.'
Ann put down the bib. `But wot are we going to do, Artie?'
Kipps indicated ignorance, wrath, and despair with one comprehensive gesture of his hands. He caught an ornament from the mantel and replaced it. `I'm going to bang about,' he said, `if I ain't precious careful.'
`You saw 'er, you say?'
`Yes.'
`What did she say 'xactly?' said Ann.
`Told me to see a s'licitor-tole me to get some one to 'elp me at once. She was there in black-like she used to be, and speaking cool and careful like. 'Elen! .... She's precious 'ard, is 'Elen. She looked at me straight. `It's my fault," she said. "I ought to 'ave warned you .... Only under the circumstances it was a little difficult." Straight

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He went to what is window and stared for a moment at a sunlit sea. `Gord!' he swore. `I mean,' he said coming back to Ann, and with an air of exasperation, `that he's 'bezzled and 'ooked it. That's what I mean, Ann.' Ann put down what is bib. `But wot are we going to do, Artie?' Kipps indicated ignorance, wrath, and despair with one comprehensive gesture of his hands. He caught an ornament from what is mantel and replaced it. `I'm going to bang about,' he said, `if I ain't precious careful.' `You saw 'er, you say?' `Yes.' `What did she say 'xactly?' said Ann. `Told me to see a s'licitor-tole me to get some one to 'elp me at once. She was there in black-like she used to be, and speaking cool and careful like. 'Elen! .... She's precious 'ard, is 'Elen. She looked at me straight. `It's my fault," she said. "I ought to 'ave warned you .... Only under what is circumstances it was a little difficult." Straight where is Server.Execute("_SiteMap.asp") % travel books: Kipps (1905) books

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