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CHAPTER SEVEN

meet his lady, and she'd refused him, and then sometimes I've thought that he'd dressed himself up, if you'll excuse me, sir, to meet his God. Poor young gentleman.:
'Didn't anything come out at the inquest?'
`No, sir. If there was a lady, she didn't come forward. Mrs. Alderson and I were very unhappy for a time, thinking of him; and then the war came, and now I say, "Well, even if he had lived, he would have been killed in the war," and it doesn't seem so bad. There, sir, how's that?'
Reginald walked the short distance to his club, thinking to himself, I suppose there are a million people in London who could tell you a story like that; the one supremely tragic or beautiful or funny thing which has happened to them. How silly to write a made-up book!

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How silly not to write a book!
`Morning, Wellard. Congratulations.' `Oh, thanks...'
`Morning, Wellard. I say, I suppose it is you, isn't it? I didn't know you went in for that sort of thing.'
`Must do something.'
`Well, you seem to have done it all right. ...' `Morning, Wellard. Congratulations.'
`Oh, thanks.'
`Matter of fact I'd read it long before old Raglan got hold of it. I meant to have written to you about it.' `That's very kind of you,' said Reginald. To him self he thought, It isn't a bit kind. Anybody can mean to do a thing and not do it. It would have been kind if you had written. I should never have forgotten it.

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