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CHAPTER TWO

`You are silly, darling.'
`No, I'm not, I want to learn.' `Well, it's quite easy.' It was as she did it.
Now why on earth, said Reginald, watching her, do I think I'm cleverer than she is? She can do a hundred things that I can't do, and why should my things be the test of cleverness and not hers? And why do I tell myself like a prig that she isn't as responsive to beauty as I am? Why should she be? She is Beauty. Is God as interested in the Theory of Relativity as some tuppenny-ha'penny Professor of Physics? How can He be? He is the Theory of Relativity. Anyway, I want my tea.
`Well done, Sylvia.'
They walk down the steps and through the old stone court-yard into the house.
`I do love you with your hair cut,' says Sylvia. `Except for the slight brushiness. I wish you could take your brushes with you.'
`Well, that's not for another month, thank Heaven. I hate leaving the country at this time of year. I hate London. Hooray for Westaways and Sylvia.'
He was disappointed in London. Whatever future was awaiting Bindweed in the country, London for the moment gave no signs of it.

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