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CHAPTER FIVE

And then he found Westaways. Westaways - the complement of Sylvia. Sylvia and Westaways. Westaways and Sylvia. The two most lovely things in the world. That was her home. That was where she should be. It had been waiting for Sylvia. She had been waiting for Westaways. Now he would offer it to her, and, humbly, himself with it.
So Sylvia came to Westaways ... as she would have come anywhere to Reginald, had he but known it.

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So it was that Reginald sat opposite to Sylvia at Westaways, and read the evening paper in the intervals of breakfast. So it was that the name Wellard leapt out at him from an advertisement.

THE BOOK OF THE WEEK
BINDWEED by Reginald Wellard.
THE NOVEL OF THE YEAR
BINDWEED by Reginald Wellard.
THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE CENTURY
BINDWEED by Reginald Wellard.

`Hallo!' said Reginald, and went suddenly red at this indecent exposure of himself.
`What is it, darling?
' `Nothing.'
What had happened? Why had Pump burst out like this ?
He turned over again his unopened letters. All ha'pennies. Nothing from Pump. Nothing from anybody. Bills, receipts, advertisements. The National Press-cutting

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