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CHAPTER TWELVE

isn't it? We're all terrified of being mistaken for what we've just missed being, so we pretend to be something which nobody could mistake us for.'
`Life seems very difficult,' sighed Reginald. `Couldn't we, just for this evening, cast away pretence altogether? I am sheer middle-class, called by courtesy upper-middle-class. At least I suppose so.'
`Right. And I'm definitely a Countess, who went on the stage by way of the beach.'
`Oh, no l Why, of course, you're Coral Bell !'
`Yes. Well, don't be surprised. Somebody had to be.'
Coral Bell l That would be twenty-five years ago. He had come up, by special leave, to see a dentist, and by some mistake, not altogether accidental, found the appointment was for the Wednesday after. So there he was in London. Of course one might have got back to school by an earlier train, but of course one didn't; one preferred to explain that one had spent the afternoon at the Natural History Museum. So he went to see Coral Bell. His house was Coral-mad; he was sixteen, on the verge of his house eleven, and had never seen Coral... He saw her...
What was that song?

There are girls who marry titles, And a villa down in France,
There are girls who give recitals, There are girls who act and dance.
I'm a spinster willy-nilly
And the pier is more my style.
..
But-if a thing is silly
Then I simply have to smile.

And then the wordless chorus hummed with closed mouth slowly widening into a ridiculously happy smile,

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