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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

`Did she tell you what we did?'
`No. Except about tea.'
Reginald made his confession.
`You do see how it happened, don't you?' he urged. `There she was, and there I was, and there Hopkins was -,
'Of course, darling. Do you think I shall like them?'
`I expect so,' said Reginald coldly. He felt absurdly annoyed because she was so little hurt. Were all their happy little memories memories for him only? But at the back of his mind he knew that, if she had been even s little hurt, he would have been annoyed at that too.
`I should have hated it if we had been in the country,' said Sylvia. `I do so love meeting you at that bookshop and then going on with you. But it's different in London.'
`Yes, it is,' agreed Reginalcj, feeling much happier suddenly. You darling, he thought, now you've said exactly the right thing.
`There are so many other people.'
`I suppose that's it.'
He wondered suddenly if Sylvia compared him with all the other people, as he compared her. The thought was rather disturbing.

II
Mr. Fondeveril was dining at the Ivy to-night with his daughter. She was late. He strode magnificently from the inner room to the swing-doors, stood a moment while country cousins asked `Who's that?' and strode magnificently back to his table, looking at his watch in the manner of one who had been kept waiting on a certain historic occasion by Paul Kruger, and was amazed that the lesson he had had to teach the fellow had not been learnt by others.

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