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'I'll be best cleaning. It's no use sending off Gwendolen before her month, and the top room wants turning out.' She added with a sort of grim humour, `May as well turn it out now while I got it.'
`I better go for a walk,' said Kipps ....
And presently our poor, exploded Kipps was marching out to bear his sudden misery. Habit turned him up the road towards his growing house, and then suddenly he perceived his direction-'Oh, Lor!'-and turned aside and went up the steep way to the hill-crest and the Sandling Road, and over the line by that tree-embowered junction, and athwart the wide fields towards Postling-a little, black, marching figure-and so up the Downs and over the hills, whither he had never gone before ....

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He came back long after dark, and Ann met him in the passage.
`Where you been, Artie?' she asked, with a strained note in her voice.
`I been walking and walking-trying to tire myself out. All the time I been thinking, what shall I do? Trying to fix something up, all out of nothing.'
`I didn't know you meant to be out all this time.'
Kipps was gripped by compunction ....
`I can't think what we ought to do,' he said presently.
`You can't do anything much, Artie, not till you hear from Mr. Bean.'
`No. I can't do anything much. That's jest it. And all this time I keep feelin' if I don't do something the top of my 'ead'll bust .... Been trying to make up advertisements 'arf the time I been out-'bout finding a place; good salesman and stockkeeper, good Manchester dresses, window-dressing-Lor ! Fancy that all beginning again ! .... If you went to stay with Sid a bit If I sent every
penny I got to you I dunno ! I dunno !'
When they had gone to bed there was an elaborate attempt to get to sleep .... In one of their great waking pauses Kipps remarked in a muffled tone, `I didn't mean to frighten you, Ann, being out so late. I kep' on walking and walking, and some 'ow it seemed to do me good. I went out to the 'ill-top ever so far beyond Stanford, and

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