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CHAPTER ONE

He begins to read. As he reads, he notices one or two little mistakes; not many, for Mr. Pump, or whoever does the actual printing, however one actually does the printing, has done his work well. Just one or two. He will go through it again afterwards and correct them. For the moment it is interesting to read the story straight off - well, up to page 64 - and see how it strikes him. Funny how much better it seems in print. Sylvia was right to wait...
`It was not too much to .ray that if ...' Bother 1 Now we shall have to wait for page 65.
He turned to page r again. He read the sixty-four pages again. He is imagining himself Sylvia, curled up on the sofa. Does she smile here? Does a tear come for a moment there to her throat? How strange is it to her that he, her husband, should have written this? He reads, wondering.
He is reading it a third time. Now he is imagining himself a reviewer. On The Times or somewhere. Bindweed, by Reginald Wellard. Never heard of him. Well, let's see what it's like ... H'm... Ha...
`It ava.r not too mrsch to say. ..' Oh, well, let's get it corrected. There were one or two little mistakes. One right at the beginning, wasn't it, and one about page 30, and one -
He looks. He reads it again... and again. The mistakes have vanished. Yet it is certain that they were there.
Now, once more, very carefully.

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