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CHAPTER NINE

so different from a conversation with a man? A pretty woman of course. Yes, she's got to be pretty. Or - or something. Feminine. But why? Why do I get that sort of - excitement? Not excitement, that's not quite the word. Why does one get a sort of kick out of it - a tang - a- no, thrill's too strong. A bite. I'm not in love with Lena. Well, of course not. Perhaps it's the feeling that she might be in love with me. Oh, no, damn it. I'm not that sort of fool ...
I suppose it all comes from a sort of sexual impulse. The urge to attract; to shine. Nature has this passion for reproducing herself, and does it by making the male animal want to shine before the female animal, so that they come together and produce more animals. The lapwing gets himself another crest - and then lots more lapwings. And we've eons and eons of all that behind us, and we can never get rid of it. Which means that the real reason why I like talking to Lena across a gate is because there aren't enough people in the world already. Idiotic.... But essentially true, I suppose.
What about Betty Baxter? She's pretty in a way. But do I get any sort of kick out of talking to her? Not the slightest. I suppose she's not my species. Not a lapwing. Grace Hildersham? Lena? Lena - it's different, you see. Yet if Lena died to-night, I shouldn't have one pang, except for Tom. So I can't be in love with her. Well., of course not. Yet if I knew she were going to be leaning over that gate to-morrow I'd walk out this way, wouldn't I? If I didn't feel too self-conscious about it. And there you are: why on earth should I feel self-conscious, if I'm not - if -
And why do I mind telling Sylvia about this six hundred? Well, of course I needn't tell her. Why on earth shouldn't I tell her? Well, I needn't just yet ...

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