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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

get safely on to the lower plane, they're all right. And of course to stay happily on the higher must be heaven. But how few manage it.'
`But once you let yourself down on to the lower plane, what's to prevent you falling in love with somebody else?'
`Falling in love? Or being what they call unfaithful?'
`I suppose I meant that.'
`Well, what's to prevent you doing anything disloyal or hurtful if you want to do it very much? What's to prevent you promising to do a thing and not doing it? I don't know.'
`Nor I. In fact, here's another good question for you. Which surprises you most: that people are so good, or that people are so bad?'
`I'm sorry, Mr. Wellard, but I'm dining early to-nighti When I've got a year to spare, we'll go into it. All I say now is, that you can't go to Brighton for the weekend with somebody else's wife without knowing that you're doing it. And you don't do anything without working out, subconsciously perhaps, one of those balance-sheets of yours. I must be going. I've enjoyed my afternoon tremendously. Thank you so much.' She opened her bag and looked at herself.
Large eyes, large mouth, a face wise, generous and friendly.

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