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CHAPTER FOURTEEN

to blame those other pictures, of the adventurous and the lightly clothed, for contaminating their young minds ...
Things aren't moral and immoral, thought Reginald, they're beautiful and ugly. Ugliness is the only thing which ought to be censored ...
From underneath the bed the husband's head came cautiously. Its jaws worked silently, chewing gum. There was an extremity of terror on its features, and as these became smaller and more distant, the cause of their apprehension came backwards into focus, a harsh-faced little woman with a rolling pin in her hand, seated opposite the door, waiting grimly for her husband's return. Like that of some anxious tortoise, the husband's head moved forth and back, like some misinformed hawk the wife waited to pounce on what was not there, on what was behind her, unsuspected. From wife to husband, from husband to wife, four thousand eyes were conducted, backwards and forwards, backwards and forwards, lest any implication of the misunderstanding should be overlooked. Wife waiting for Husband; Husband already there. Wife resolute to wait all right. Husband, under bed, doomed to remain all night
A Bedroom Scene. Fortunately not one of those Bedroom Scenes which corrupt the morals. All clean, healthy fun....
Sylvia is laughing. (How curiously insensitive women are.)
Reginald is laughing. (Ugly, horrible; but, after all it is rather comic.)

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