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CHAPTER NINE

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IN the late autumn they went to London. Life in the country was getting too complicated for Reginald. You stop pulling up weeds for a moment and write a book. The book written, you begin pulling up weeds again. Or so a man would think. Every now and then somebody will say, 'That's a good book you've written, Wellard,' and you will say, `Oh, do you think so?'an idiotic question, since he has just told you that he does - and you will add, `How nice of you to think so,' when you really mean, `How intelligent.' Then you go back to your weeds. Or so a man would think.
But it was not so. Carruthers and Sons wanted to photograph Mr. Wellard. Some lack of co-ordination in the office led them to seek the privilege twice in the same morning. In the one letter Mr. Welyard was invited to join their Gallery of Famous Authors, in the other their Gallery of Distinguished Country Gentlemen, lacking Mr. W.illaxd, confessed its incompleteness `Just make up your minds,' said Reginald in an imaginary conversation which he held with them among the marigolds, `and then I shall know which pair of trousers to put on.'
The North Finchley Literary and Debating Society was anxious that Mr. Wellard should take part in a discussion on the tendencies of modern fiction. It was hoped that Mr. Hugh Walpole and Mr. Peake would also take part. `Who the devil's Peake?' said Reginald to the dahlias, and was comforted by the thought that at that moment Peake was probably saying, 'Who the devil's Wellard?'

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