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CHAPTER TEN

driven a car in a white waistcoat before. It will be a new experience. Also it will get me ready for London, where I shall live in a white waistcoat.'
`Darling, you are being nice about it.'
`I know.'
`You always used to pretend you didn't like the Baxters.'
`Away with pretence. I adore the Baxters. And I've always longed to meet the Boffinghams.'
`Efftngham I think she said, darling.'
`But pronounced Boffingham. It's a very old family. Sweetheart, we're going into Society, and I left a spanner in the tail pocket of my evening coat five years ago. Could you get the bulge out between now and Saturday?'
`Darling, of course. I'll look after your things for you.'
`Bless you. If it's too late to get the white waistcoat washed, india-rubber and bread-crumbs might help. But anything that occurs to you, sweetheart.'
Sir Roger was small and neat and brown and precise. His eyes behind his pince-nez were pale blue. At Eton (you would have guessed, and guessed rightly) he won a prize for Greek iambics, though not otherwise; noticeably, a poet; at Oxford he won a medal for a Greek epigram, though not otherwise, noticeably, a wit. Whether the ancient Greeks would have been as moved and convulsed as, presumably, the examiners were, will never be known. He gave the impression, quietly, without affectation, of being in all the secrets of the world, which in reality were only one secret: the secret of the conspiracy against British prestige. Everything which happened either had `a very good effect' or `a very bad effect' on this or that part of the Empire. Test matches and the fall of the Bank Rate had a good effect; jazz

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