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CHAPTER TWO

he wanted it. He stacked his Perfect Ladies and Complete Gentlewomen on the seat beside him, and opened Bindweed. He was a stockbroker going down to his beastly mansion in Surrey, all gables and white balconies and glass, and the bookstall clerk had pushed a copy of Bindweed into his hand, and he was taking it home to the missus. Might as well have a look at it on the way....
Ha! Damn clever that. Who's the fellow? Reginald Wellard. Never heard of him....
Reginald read on, forgetting that he was a stockbroker; absorbed in his own work. How on earth had he done it?
But at Chapter V he put the book down, and went back into his thoughts again. Can we separate the physical from the spiritual so completely? If Sylvia were less imperceptive, would she not be less beautiful? If he could share all his jokes with her, knowing that this May day would be lived twice, once as he had lived it in London, once again in the telling of it to her - no, doubly in the sharing of it with her - would she be Sylvia, the lovely, the unfathomable, the aloof? And who could say that there was nothing to fathom? Even if her mind was shallow, he had not fathomed the shallowness of it. Of one thing he was certain. In marriage, anyhow, you could not disentangle the physical from the spiritual. They were inextricably wound together. The loveliness of Sylvia was a perpetual comfort to him. They had different roots, but they had met and twined. He was the bindweed - well, call it convolvulus, it would sound better - and he lived on her beauty ...
There seemed to be a lot of bindweed about. This fellow Pump, what did Raglan say about him? Bloodsucker 1 All right, let him try. Oh, but damn the book,

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