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CHAPTER ONE

jaw as he wrote, and the length of him. A fool for the plucking, but even fools get angry after they are plucked.
And now Reginald is coming home again. He is coming by the 4.20 from Victoria, which doesn't stop at Little Malling on Thursdays. His car, however, does not know about this, and is still waiting for him at Little Malling under the friendly eye of the station-master. Does it matter whether he walks from Burdon (six miles) or waits two hours for a train back? It does not matter. He gets home again.
He sees Sylvia again.
When they have kissed, Sylvia says:
`But you haven't, darling!'
`Haven't what?'
`Got it cut.'
Reginald remembers that he was going to London to get his hair cut.
`Oh? Oh, that. Sorry, Sylvia, but the fact is I had some business in London.'
Sylvia purses up her lips and nods with complete understanding. The farm, prices, outgoings, exports, imports - big business. She understands exactly how it is. A woman less used to bee-farming would have said `What?' stupidly.
The `What?' not coming, Reginald has to explain. Nonchalantly.
`I've been arranging with a publisher about my book.'
`Oh,' says Sylvia, really quite interested, `when's it coming out?'
Reginald sighs to himself. All his cleverness in finding Mr. Pump, all his firmness in doing business with Mr Pump, gone for nothing. Sylvia has skipped that part of the conversation. Oh, well.
`In the spring. About April.'

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