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CHAPTER FIVE

`What? Oh, the photograph.' Of course she would notice that, think only of that... Well, what wife wouldn't? It was the natural thing for anybody to say who knew him. He kept the disappointment out of his voice.
`Oh, that! I suppose I looked like that once.'
`But you never had a moustache!'
`Well, of course I had one in the Army. That was taken in 1917, when I was on leave.'
`Oh, before I knew you' said Sylvia, dismissing the moustache, as she had always dismissed the ante-Sylvia Reginald. To her, life began for both of them on the day that they met. All that had gone to the making of him was nothing. He sprang, complete, into her arms.
`Ambrose Raglan is supposed to be rather a fellow,' said Reginald, as carelessly as he could manage.
`Who?' she asked, still looking from the photograph to the original. `Darling, you are much better-looking now. Ought they to use an old photograph like this without your permission?'
`Well, I suppose they were in a hurry, and it was all they could get.'
`But they could easily have waited a week and written to you. That one you had taken last year - with your chin in your hand - I loved that.'
Waited a week l Oh, Sylvia, Sylvia! I have been waiting all these weeks for some real notice of my book, and now, when at last it comes, you carelessly suggest waiting another week, just because of a silly photograph. Sweetheart, don't you understand?
`I hate to think of thousands of people seeing it, and thinking that you really look like that.'
`Oh, what does it matter?' he thinks.
Aloud he says, `What seems more important to me is

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