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women and I told him that I believed that when love was real and included friendship that I didn't feel that marriage was necessary and he agreed with me. He said his marriage was a crime. He hadn't exchanged one idea or one bit of affection with his wife in years. He said a union of intellect and spirit didn't need a marriage certificate to wrap itself in.
It got to be so late and Mr. Hartman asked me if I wouldn't stay down and have dinner with him. His wife had gone away to a house party and didn't care a rap about his being alone. I told him I'd go and we went to the Brevoort. And all the time we were talking and becoming stronger and finer friends. After dinner Mr. Hartman asked me would I like to go out to Long Beach with him. I said in the winter time? And he said yes that's when he liked the sea best when there weren't other people around.
I thought it a very original idea and so I decided I'd go and oh mother I'm so glad that I did go. There was a moon out and as we walked along the boardwalk the moon was shining on the sea and it was so cold and bracing and the roaring of the sea made us feel close close together. Mr. Hartman said he had never been so happy before in his life and oh mother neither had I.
We walked along for maybe an hour and then he asked if he might kiss me and that he would consider it a great privilege. I let him kiss me mother and after that I knew that I loved him and I felt that he was only a boy after all and that he needed my help.
Of course today in the outside office we didn't say much to each other except when we had to talk about business but whenever there was a chance he took me into the private office and oh mother then I felt that I just couldn't bear it to ever be away from him.

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