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CHAPTER FIVE

sixth-form classics and moderate skill at games. There is only one profession in the world which wants these qualities, and wants them only to pass them on. Reginald grew a moustache as quickly as he could, and became an assistant-master at a second-rate grammar school. He existed there for four miserable years. Then, having added a little mathematics to his classics, he shaved his moustache and served an equal sentence in a bank. The war broke out, he grew his moustache and served another four years. The war ended. He shaved again...
This was life as lived by men. Twelve years of ugliness.
Selby Grammar School. The ink-smudged formroom, the ink-smudged desks, the ink-smudged boys. The ink-smudged minds of the older boys, the dulled minds of the masters. The futile noise of the place. Noise and ugliness. The clatter of ugly boots in ugly passages, the clatter of ugly voices in ugly rooms. The sordidness, the futility of it all. For ever and for ever ...
The bank. The clatter of London. The noisy, horrible lodgings. The city at luncheon-time. The struggle, the clatter, the unendurable smell of the underground teashops. The futility of the work; round and round and round. The conversation of his fellow-clerks; their sordid loves. The unloveliness of it all. For ever and for ever...
The army. The war. The uttermost depths of futility and noise and ugliness. Man's final expression of his soul in one insane orgy of clatter and cruelty and filth. Now that we have found ourselves at last, now let us go on and on. For ever and for ever ...
The war is over. Why? Why not go on? We have only noise and ugliness and futility to go back to. We have judged ourselves, found our standards, proclaimed

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