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CHAPTER TWO

this, what will the clerk think? Hopeless to try and get a Wellard off. They take one look at him, and then buy an umbrella-ring. Much better stick to Wallace. But if I buy it ... I must buy it. The whole future of Bindweed hangs on this moment.
`Ah, well, I must try it,' says Reginald, handing over three half-crowns. `It looks pretty good.'
`Thank you, sir. Wrap it up for you?'
`No, thanks.'
Now he is in a hurry to be gone.
`And five's six, and six is a shilling,' says the clerk to a new acquaintance, and Reginald, realizing reluctantly that there is to be no more talk about Bindweed, goes.
But what on earth is he going to do with the dashed thing? Well, one thing is certain. He can't walk through St. James's Park now. Authors don't promenade the parks of London with copies of their latest works held conspicuously in their hands. Or perhaps they do. If so, he wasn't an author. He was just up from the country for the day, and had written a book by accident, and had had a copy of the dashed thing forced on him, and objected strongly to carrying it about in London. He would have a taxi. He waved his stick, got into a taxi and gave the address of his club. At his club he would hide the dashed thing under his hat.

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Reginald's club was political. In order to belong to it, you had first to belong to one of the great political parties. It didn't seem to matter which one. Perhaps, though, that is to do the club an injustice; it might be more true to say that it didn't matter what your political opinions

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