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CHAPTER ELEVEN

she was so happy, and at the way she had sliaken them down her cheeks, and she said, 'Oh- I love, you so much.' And then she said, `Shut your eyes,' and when he opened them again at her `Ready 1' there she was in this or that one of her new treasures, looking so adorable that each time he had to take her in his arms ...
`Happy?' whispered Sylvia.
`Absolutely,' nodded Reginald, and wondered whether he was.

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For London, as Reginald was beginning to discover, is the most uncomfortable place in which to do nothing particular; you must either work or be bored. In the country you are never quite sure whether you are working or.idling, for the one is as engrossing as'the other. After breakfast you light a pipe, and stroll into the garden. You may be getting your thoughts into order before beginning your chapter on Polarization and Transversality of Light Waves, or you may be going to see if the dianthus cuttings have had a good night; in either case you stop for a moment at the zinnias and thank God for so much beauty. But who, having praised zinnias, could shut his mind to the butterfly prettiness of the coreopsis, the velvet of the salpiglossis, the flaunting dahlias, the blue mist jWr the ceanothus, the golden mass of marigold and nasturtium and eschscholtzia; who could not feel that, beside all this, the transversality of light waves was, for the moment, a little thing, so that, putting this lesser thing on one side, he must continue his walk through the garden, till he comes to the nursery beds and ascertains if the dianthus cuttings have had a good night? But at the nursery beds we are on territory of which at best we are

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