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CHAPTER FIVE

it - for he didn't like to think of her thinking anything so unbeautiful, particularly just after breakfast - perhaps she only thought 'violets', and Mrs. Hosken, admirable woman, decoded the thought into kidneys. Was it so that the house was run, beautifully, efficiently, quietly?
Reginald had a childish love for the competence of his house. He turned on a tap in the bathroom and hot water came out. He watched it, and, metaphorically, threw out a hand and said, `There you are!' No doubt hot water came out of other hot-water taps in other houses, you were not surprised. Looking at Sylvia, you asked yourself how she did it? Coal, coke, anthracite, firewood, a stove to be lit, a stove to be lit by somebody at some definite time, a man to be called in if anything went wrong - all this was in Sylvia's lovely hands. She thought `lavender', and another half-ton of coke hurried into the shed.
He walked into the sitting-room, and there on a shelf were four pipes and an unopened tin of tobacco. There was always an unopened tin of tobacco there. He opened the tin, and filled his pouch. Now you watch. In half an hour there will be a new tin there. Sylvia? Of course. Where does the tobacco come from? They don't sell this tobacco in the village. Where does the coke come from? Heaven knows.
He went upstairs for a handkerchief. He went through Sylvia's room, with so much of Sylvia in it, into his dressing-room. Handkerchiefs. Yesterday he had been looking for that blue tie and had found it (after a fiveminutes' convulsion had passed over the chest of drawers) in his trouser pocket. Now all was peace again. He withdrew a handkerchief from its neat pile beneath a sprig of lavender, and went downstairs. On his way

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