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CHAPTER FIVE

`Are you?' he asked, with a loving smile. She nodded.
`I like to think of them all talking about you, and knowing you're mine.' She looked at him for a long moment, and dropped her eyes.
He loved her. He held out his hand to her across the table. She misunderstood him, and passed the cutting back, her thoughts far away. But the photograph caught her eye again, and she said:
`Do you know Mr. Raglan, I mean personally?'
Now it was his turn to misunderstand, and he said hastily, to reassure himself as much as her, that, though they had just met once, for five minutes, there was no reason whatever why Raglan should -
`That's all right,' said Sylvia, nodding contentedly.
`Then he does know what you look like.'

III
Reginald took Bindweed and Raglan into his office, meaning to have a good morning with them. Sylvia had disappeared kitchenwards. He opened Bindweed, and read this :

`TO SYLVIA,
`WHO HAS ENTWINED HERSELF IN MY HEART'

She was talking to Mrs. Hosken. Through his open window he could hear the murmur of voices coming across the courtyard.
He picked up a pencil and wrote idly on a piece of paper.

Things Sylvia can do better than me.

Remembering Raglan, and his own position now in the world of letters, he put a line through `me' and wrote `I'.

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