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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

hoping thus to give him proof of her eagerness to profit by him.
Thus had he read Bindweed. Dear old Phil he had known for years, of course. A dozen times he had asked old Phil for a play, and two dozen times old Phil had brought him one. Mr. Cassells still felt that the next one would be just the one he wanted, but growing up in his mind was a conviction that Phil's real genius was on the technical side of play-writing; so that he was now in the habit of referring young dramatists to Filby Nixon as to the master of stage-craft whom they should study before bringing him another play. `In fact,' he would say, `if you and Phil got together he could show you at once how to put this right.' He fluttered a few pages. `I'll tell you what. Come to lunch one day and I'll get Phil along.' The young dramatist thanks him warmly, and waits for the rest of the invitation, but to the actormanager the luncheon is already over, and the thanks merely those of the departing guest.
Feeling like this about Nixon, Cassells handed him back the twenty-fifth play with his usual charming apologies, explaining at even greater length than usual that he would have loved to do it but for this, that or the other, and that Phil was really rather lucky as it was obviously just the play for what's-his-name; and then went on: `I'll tell you what I wish you would do for me, Phil, old man.'
`What's that?' asked Nixon, without any real enthusiasm.
`Get me a play out of Bindweed.'
`Ahl' said Nixon as if thoughtfully, knowing it as a, weed rather than as a book, and wanting more information.
`Read it?'

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