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CHAPTER ONE

no, that wouldn't do either. Milton dictated Paradise Lost to his wife, didn't he, so naturally she told him she'd written it. Well, when Keats - no, he wasn't married. Dash these fellows. Well, anyhow, Sylvia had said the wrong thing again. A pity to be as sweet and pretty and lovable as she, and yet to say the wrong thing almost instinctively. A pity also that he had registered this wrongness instinctively of late. He loved her just as much. In its way a tribute to their love for each other.
He began the conversation again.
`Well, would you like to read it now, or wait until it's really in prin.t?' He laughed at his own hopefulness. `I mean, if it ever is.'
`But of course it will be, darling.'
That should have encouraged him, but somehow it didn't.
`I mean,' she went on, `if you've written a book, of course any publisher would be only too glad to publish it.' .
Reginald now had no hope at all of his book being published.
`Well?' he said. `Which?'
`I think when it's a real book, don't you? Think how exciting to find it on my plate one morning, and curl up on the sofa with it.'
Wellard told himself that this was the answer he had hoped she would give ... and wondered why it wasn't.
`Besides,' she went on, `ordinary writing is always so difficult to read.'
`This is typed,' he explained.
`You have been secret about it all, haven't you?' she laughed. And he laughed too. And she caught at his hand as he went past her; and kissed it lightly and suddenly

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