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CHAPTER SEVEN

So it was arranged; and so, later in the morning, he found himself for a moment at the Victoria bookstall again, a bookstall draped now in Bindweed.
`Read this, sir?' said the clerk, pushing a copy at him.
`Yes.'
They ought to have had a long conversation about the book, but they didn't. The clerk didn't seem to want to.
`Read this?' he asked, pushing forward an inferior work by an inferior writer.
`Well, as a matter of fact,' said Reginald, drifting away, `I - er -' He lingered out of sight of the clock, watching the next victim. This was a stout young woman, who hesitated for a long time between Bindweed and Weldon's Home Dressmaker, and finally decided to make dresses at home.
He would have his hair cut first. Mr. Alderson was as glad as ever to see him, as surprised as ever to hear that he wanted his hair cut, as doubtful as ever if the thing could be managed in his shop. These usual preliminaries over, Reginald settled down comfortably to the lullaby of Mr. Alderson's scissors.
`And how is the country looking, sir?' asked Mr. Alderson, in case Reginald felt talkative. It was his usual opening with country clients, and gave them illimitable opportunities of speech or silence, as they wished. Reginald's grunt left him uncertain how the country was looking, but assured of Reginald's feelings. He snipped on quietly....
Reginald wondered suddenly if he had read Bindweed, smiled at the thought, and decided to ask him.
`Ever heard of a book called Bindweed?'
`No, sir,' said Mr. Alderson. `I am not what you

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