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CHAPTER ONE

and looked suddenly more sweet and pretty and lovable than ever, and he had to stop and tell her so. To which she said `Am I?' and waited for him to tell her so again. But she said no more of the book. Nor did he.
Certainly he had been secret about it. He was forty. He had been married six years. Even now she was only twenty-five. They lived in the country, with occasional visits to Town, and he weeded the garden and took an interest in twelve bee-hives. They don't pay you as much for this as they should; but as he had what is called `money of his own', by which is meant money which is left to you when the owner has no further use for it, not money which you have earned your own self, he did not bother about the economics either of hives or weeds. In fact, he spent his time very happily, proving to the drones_ in their twelve establishments that they had chosen the better part of it, after all.
However, when you have made quite sure that your wife is happy too, and have weeded the garden, and have walked past twelve bee-hives, you are, on this or that day, left with a certain amount of time in which to wonder whether it is time to weed the garden again. Now it has been said that every one of us has within him the material for at least one book-this in addition to the knowledge necessary for taking an interest in twelve bee-hives, or whatever it may be; and on a day when Reginald was contemplating a ceanothus (Gloire de Versailles) which was climbing up a convolvulus, or being climbed up by it, it was difficult to say which, he suddenly began to laugh.... And five minutes later, the convolvulus still being there, he said to himself, `You know, that would make rather a good story.'
At first it seemed to him the sort of joke which you

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