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CHAPTER TEN

of Paradise sitting next to the Black Man's Burden?' It was that in that game they played she had given the best answer of all of them. `Not to be afraid.' I'm always being afraid, he thought. Sir Roger spends his whole life being terrified. Terrified of anybody thinking differently from the regulation way. Betty is perpetually afraid of doing the wrong thing. Baxter - what is Baxter afraid of? Come to think of it, I hardly know Baxter at all. I've thought of him as just a stockbroker. Stupid of me.
In the drawing-room somebody had turned the wireless on.
`They're playing all the old waltzes,' said Betty. `Lady Effingham and I can hardly bear it. Of course Sylvia and Sally hardly know what a waltz is like.'
`The collars I used to ruin,' said The Mr. Cox. `It takes me back to those collars. I always used to say that I was a three-collar-man.'
`Bertie, I'm sure we used to dance this one together. Come and hold my hand. I feel quite sentimental.!
'These is something about them,' conceded Sally. `Waltzes.'
Sir Roger moved across to his wife. They smiled at each other. Perhaps that tune had some private memory for them. He sat down next to her. Holding her hand, thought Reginald; or no - her hand in his arm, as he leads her to the conservatory.
`Bertie, wake up !'
Baxter was standing in the middle of the room, his head on one side, listening to the whisper of oldfashioned frocks on a polished floor. Somewhere.
`Bertie !'
Baxter woke up, walked across the room and turned off the wireless as a new waltz began.

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