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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

a serious person, really. By "fun" I mean interest, excitement. I've had what I call fun listening to Einstein.'
`You've met him? Yes, of course, you would have:'
`Well, I don't know about "of course", but I have.'
`You're right, you know. I did think of you as just like the song. Always gay and laughing and - and adorable. But then how else could anybody of my age think of you?'
`That's why it's a mistake to marry actresses.'
Reginald was silent for a little, and then asked:
`Which surprises you most - that so many marriages are happy, or that so many are unhappy? I can nevet make up my mind.'
`That's rather a good question,' said Coral Bell, adding approvingly, `I've never thought of it like that. I think-' She put her head on one side, and thought -`I think that so many are happy. It's terribly difficult, marriage, isn't it?'
`Why is it so difficult? That's silly; of course. I mean - what do I mean?'
`The really difficult thing is knowing when and how to fall out of love.'
`Oh, come! There are people who stay in love with each other all their lives.'
`Of course, and we all hope that that's what our own marriage is going to be like. And it's because people will go on hoping when there's obviously no hope, that there are so many failures. You see, if you're in love, every little difference has to be made up before you're happy again; if you're "out of" love, you can quarrel as often•as you like, and still keep happy and friendly.'
`On a lower plane.'
`Yes.. But it's in the descent from the higher plane to the lower that most marriages crash. If only they can

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