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CHAPTER SIX

on Sylvia. `Do you ever feel that it is a relief to talk to somebody intelligent like me?' had been her question. His answer seemed to be, `I adore Westaways, and Westaways doesn't talk at all.' Not quite an answer really.
`Well, I adore Tom,' said Lena firmly. `That's good,' said Reginald.

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The party had now definitely been a success. As they drove home Sylvia said:
`Did Lena tell you how much she liked your book?'
`No,' said Reginald, sitting up with a jerk, and then pulling the Morris back into safety. `I didn't know she'd read it.'
`Oh, yes, she simply loves it, she told me.'
Funny, that. Why had she said nothing about it to him? He tried to imagine her reading it. How much had she understood, guessed, imagined? He began to go through the book in his mind, putting himself into Lena's mind....
`Tired, darling?'
Sylvia always thought he was tired when he was silent.
`Good Heavens, no. I've done nothing. You must be.'
`Not a bit really. All right after a bath, anyway.'
`I loved playing with you.'
`Did you, darling? So did !'
`I wasn't so bad, was I?' he asked humbly.
`Of course you weren't, darling. You never are.' His thoughts went back to his book. After dinner he would just glance through it again. He had never thought of it as being read by Lena....

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