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CHAPTER FOUR

he started. Ahead of the newest fashion; so far ahead that he had now got round to Dickens again...
And now eighteen months later Raglan was enjoying it. He had power and popularity (and, at last, money), where before he had only had a jealous admiration. A new novel, recommended by him, added by that fifteen thousand to its sale. To be able to put, once a week, a thousand pounds into an author's pocket and Heaven knows how much more into a publisher's, gave him a new complacence. And when he also put, on his own head, a grey top-hat of the latest fashion, and went racing with his friend Lord Ormsby, he felt that he was almost a figure in the old-fashioned English novel himself. Unique. The cultured sportsman.
You may imagine him then, one day in May, looking at the pile of books on his table, and wondering which was to be `The Book of the Week' this time ... No ... No ... Oh, no!... A first novel, if possible ... And certainly not a Pump. But Wellard, though. He'd heard that name somewhere. Last week at lunch, of course. Would that be the man? Looked as if he might write ... Said he was a countryman, though, didn't he, and knew nothing about ...
He read, standing, for five minutes...
Then he read, sitting down, for five minutes... Then he got up, put on his hat (not the Ascot one)
and went home with Bindweed under the arm. He had found the book of the week.

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