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CHAPTER FIVE

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IF you had flipped through the pages of a dictionary in front of Reginald, the word `bindweed' would now have leaped out at him; if you had fluttered a telephone directory before him, a Wellard, not himself, would have caught his eye. So it is to be an author and write your first book.
Sylvia and he and the three cats were breakfasting together; Sylvia on grape-fruit, the cats on milk out of her saucer, Reginald on scrambled eggs. There was, to Reginald, a sort of dewiness on Sylvia in the early morning, an untouched fragrance that he feared of dispelling by a touch, a breath, a word; an air almost of holiness about her; a look of virginal wonder in her eyes, as if she were trying to remember some beautiful and innocent dream. To have her sitting there opposite to him, smiling shyly, a secret smile between them, when she felt his look on her. to know that this was Westaways, and this was Sylvia, both his, to see the lawns and flowers of Westaways wandering through the open door to him, calling to him to come out to them, gave him a happiness which could not bear thought or expression, a happiness at which he dared not look lest it leave him. So he would read yesterday's evening paper, which had come by post, and tell himself that, if he didn't go into the matter too carefully, the absurd dream that he was married to Sylvia and they were living at Westaways together would go on.
At nineteen Reginald was dreaming about Cambridge. The death of his father, and of his father's pension with him, ended the dream. His qualifications for life were

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