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CHAPTER SEVEN

`Morning, Wellard. How's it going?'
`Oh, pretty well.'
`That's good. I thought you'd be fairly safe, once Raglan fell for it. I've been telling him about it for weeks.
`Oh, really? How nice of you.' ...
`Hallo, how's the millionaire?' Reginald laughed. All there was to do. `I haven't read it yet, but I've got it.'
A pat on the shoulder and a quiet voice, `Well done.
Terribly good.' Reginald turned round quickly, and saw the back of -Now who was that? Nobody he knew.
`Morning, Wellard. That's an awfully good book of yours.'
`Oh, have you read it?'
`My dear fellow, I should think I was about your first reader. As a matter of fact it was something I said in here which put Raglan on to it.'
`Really. Well, I'm very much obliged to you.'
And so on. He loved it and he hated it. If Reginald Wellard were his son, how proud he would be, standing here invisible, listening to them. There is no praise too extravagant or too insincere for the father or the mother of an adored one. I suppose, he thought, it is because Bindweed is my child that I yearn to hear it praised, and because it is really I who am being praised that I feel so uncomfortable. A real father knows how little he is responsible for the child which has come to him.
As he came into the dining-room, there was an imperative snap of the fingers from a table in the window. Wellard looked across.
`Here!' A finger summoned him.

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