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CHAPTER TWELVE

talking to Raglan, who had just come, and somebody had taken his chair -(the man for whom the girl in green had been waiting?) - and then somebody had found him another chair and some fruit salad. One had to eat something. He was next to a young man now; unpleasant young man. Imagine a subaltern in the Guards, close-cut regulation hair, close-cut regulation moustache, who has been out in the rain for a week, and has then stood in a very hot sun and sprouted, so that the hair on scalp and cheek and lip has suddenly got luxuriantly, but genteelly, out of control. The result, thought Reginald, was not so much hairy as an assertion of hairiness. It was as if a maiden lady in a cathedral town had suddenly begun to swear, using language by many degrees less coarse than that of a corporal, but infinitely more revolting. .
`I am so glad to meet you, Mr. Wellard,' said this young man,' because I have always wanted to ask you whether you loathed Bindweed as much as I do.'
Reginald gave a little gasp of surprise, and began to think rapidly.
`Well, it's really a secret,' he said, `but we'll exchange confidences. I'll tell you, if you'll tell me something.'
`What is it?'
`Do you loathe young men with whiskers as much as I do?'
Then the young man was gone, and the large-eyed, large-mouthed, pleasantly comfortable woman on his right was saying:
`Was Claude Ashmole being as rude as usual?'
`Who is he, what is he, how rude is he usually? I don't know anybody.'
`Well, he used to think he was a poet, and tried to catch the eye by looking like a man-about-town. But

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