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CHAPTER SEVEN

ever to have gone to Pump's. And there was Sylvia walking five miles to meet him at the station !
Just a chance. If we can get through here without being held up ... Damn, that settles it. Now then, what? No good worrying now. We've missed it. Let's think. May as well think in the taxi as anywhere.
Sylvia darling, I'm terribly sorry. You said you loved meeting me. I can't bear to think of your walking all that way and expecting to meet me every moment, and not meeting me. And I love meeting you. We must meet. Darling, I am a beast. Telegraph and say the nest train? But she would start at about half-past three. How long would a telegram take? No, that's no good.
Darling, I am terribly sorry. Now let's see. You'll walk to the common, anyway. That's where I should have expected you. Sitting on the common, your hat in your lap, in that lovely careless way you have, that way of dropping to the ground and being at rest there instantly, as if a painter with a flick or two of the brush had put you into an empty landscape. Yes, that is where you would have been. Well, now what will happen? You won't have a watch; you'll get tired of waiting, you will walk slowly on. You will get to the station, you will see the car there - well, that won't be so bad - you will guess what has happened. Then what will you do? Wait for the next train... But if you have got a watch, then what? You will be waiting on the common, looking at your watch, wondering if I have had an accident. You will keep looking at your watch, and working it out again, and saying, `Perhaps the train is late,' and then not believing it, and feeling frightened suddenly, and -
No, dash it, I can't.
He put his head out of the window. `Never mind

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