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CHAPTER THIRTEEN

self for ever, he had robbed her for ever, of that halfhour's remembrance. No longer would either of them be able to think, `We always go together. One of the things we always do together.' I've spoilt all' that, thought Reginald.. .
Haw childish, he thought. It's just as Coral Bell said. As long as we are in love, the silliest little things hurt. Would Coral Bell mind if her Charlie went to his tailors without her? Of course not. They have got safely and happily on to that lower plane. But I shall be fighting always not to get there. That's the way marriages crash, she said. I don't care. If Sylvia and I are not in love witli each other, we are nothing to each other.
It's funny, he thought, as he walked the last few yards to his house, I feel as if I'd let Sylvia down in the most horrible way, and it's all too childish for words really. I shall go and tell her about it and ask her to forgive me.
Laughing at the idea, he let himself in. Alice appeared in the hall from nowhere, just as he had noticed a hat
which wasn't his.
`Lord Ormsby is upstairs, sir,' she explained. `Oh!' said Reginald. `Thanks.'
He did not go upstairs. He went into his own room,
the morning room, and tried to read The Times again.
He felt extremely ill-used.

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