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CHAPTER TWO

he had decided not to think about that any more. Here, you have it!
He picked it up and tossed it on to the rack. Then he lit his pipe, let down the window and waited for Little Malling.

V
Sylvia was on the platform. He had watched her, his head out of the window, from the moment when they came through the bridge. She had her back to him, her little head held up to one side, as if she were thinking; her thoughts (how trivial? how profound?) undisturbed by the rattle of the train.
But as soon as he was out of the carriage she was up to him, and had given him her cool hand. She blushed a little, as if even this touch of him after his long absence were an intimacy for themselves alone. He wanted to kiss her, but her eyes said, `Wait. The whole world is getting out at this station. Wait till we are together.'
`So it did stop here,' said Reginald. `I knew it would.'
`You never remember about the trains, do you, darling? I didn't know we were so important.'
`It isn't importance, darling. It always does.'
(You are right, Sylvia, it isn't importance, it always does. But I don't care what you say, I adore you.)
He gave up his ticket to the handy-man of the station, and told him it was a lovely day.
`Bit warm in London, too, sir, I dare say?'
`Well, depends what you're doing,' said Reginald.
`That's so, sir.'
Good Heavens, could anything be more futile than
that? And yet he despised Sylvia. No, he didn't. He
was going home to tea with her.
They came to the car.

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