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CHAPTER TWO

the road where it reached the stars; or some world of her own where none could follow her.
They caught a train (was it the 11-3) which would certainly have run on Sundays only if Reginald had been driving, but felt that it could not disappoint Sylvia who had come specially to see it. `Here we are, Sylvia. We heard you five miles away not making the noise Reginald makes, and oiled ourselves and got steam up as quickly as we could.'
Rather a sell for the train, thinks .Reginald. Sylvia isn't going.
`Good-bye, sweetheart. Thank you so much for driving me.'
`Good-bye, darling.'
`And it's the 3.10 back; 4.45 this end.'
It is pretty certain now that the 3.10 will stop at Little Maliing. Otherwise, as likely as not, it would have run straight through to Burdon. Perhaps, thinks Reginald, it would be safer to mention casually, but loudly, at Victoria also, that Sylvia is meeting him. Then there can be no mistake.
He kisses her again. The train moves out of the station - disappointed, of course, at not having Sylvia on board, but resigned. Reginald waves, then goes across to the other window, from which you can see Sylvia crossing the line by the bridge ... and sees Sylvia crossing the bridge; serene, remote, ridiculously lovely.

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Reginald had a secret from his wife this morning. He often had secrets from her; almost it might be said that he always had secrets, for even if he told them, they remained secrets, since he could not share them with her,

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