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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

every Christmas to the dead man's only relation, a dipsomaniac uncle who lived at Blackpool and had never seen his nephew. And on the remaining earnings, London, provincial, American and amateur, of Halves, Partner, Mr. Filby Nixon had lived comfortably and correctly ever since.
He had only one vice. He kept on writing plays
It was Wilmer Cassells who had `put Phil on to Bindweed'. He said afterwards, `jokingly, of course, my dear fellow,' that he ought to have had his ten per cent, but with his constant explanation of it the joke began to evaporate, leaving behind a suspicion that he would have taken his commission if it had been offered to him.
Mr. Wiliner Cassells was one of the earliest admirers of Bindweed. In the intervals of being an actor-manager - or, more accurately (since there are no intervals), while continuing to be an actor-manager - Mr. Cassells read a good deal by proxy. It so happened that his wife, his family, his secretary and his business and stage-managers-were, all of them, for their different ends, enthusiastic subscribers to Libraries and Book Clubs. Between them they covered the ground, and gave him the impression, to be shared generously with the next comer, that he was covering it too. Whether it was Wertheim on Banking, Born on Relativity, the latest detectivestory or the longest chronicle novel, somebody in the orbit of which he was focus could speak of it with authority, an authority which passed, naturally and as by right, to the Great Man himself. `Have you read Bindweed?' he would say suddenly to a nervous young woman in search of an engagement. `You must get it at once. I'm in the middle of it-marvellous book.' And the aspirant would assure Mr. Cassells, almost with tears in her eyes, that she would buy it that very evening,

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