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CHAPTER ELEVEN

III

Settled down in London, Regnald naturally asked himself why he had come there. What was his programme? The evenings would look after themselves; one could do all the things one did in the country (which was hardly anything) and then all the other things besides. Aut what of the mornings, what of the afternoons, what of that delightful interval between tea and the evening bath? `There' demands so much less provision than `here'. `O, to be in England now that April's there' : one could think so in Italy without definitely focusing one's occupations between breakfast and luncheon, luncheon and tea, tea and dinner. No need then to say `O, to be talking to Mr. Tennyson in Freshwater at 11.30 on April 7th!' England, April, the two words were enough. But once disembarked, one could not just go about crying, `I am in England, it is April, hooray!' One would have to take advantage of it somehow.
London in late October. What did one do in London in late October? One met people. Why else had he come to London? He was `out of it' at Westaways, now he was `in it'. Right. He would `meet' people. How?
It was a sparkling October morning. (Heavens, why had they left Westaways!) Sylvia at the moment was `meeting' Mrs. Stoker in the kitchen. He could picture her half-sitting on the kitchen-table, making one of her natural conquests. Mrs. Stoker was suggesting a nice sole, but really telling herself that never in all her life had she had to do with one of them that easy and pleasant, and as for looks, why, the Queen of Sheba herself in all her glory would have felt sorry for herself

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