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CHAPTER FIFTEEN

feeling of disloyalty to her when I am with another woman. Does she have that feeling? Of course not. Why should she?
I wish I could be on a desert island with her for ever and ever. ... He laughed as he remembered that he had once wished to be there with Coral Bell.
I wish we had never come to London. (And never met Coral Bell? Certainly.)
I wish - oh, God knows what I wish. Only I love you, Sylvia, and don't enjoy yourself too much without me, and - oh, let's go back to Westaways soon! We were so terribly happy there.
But, as he came to the Green Park, he had altered it to `I mean, I was terribly happy there', and, as he left the Park, again to `I mean, I seem now to have been terribly happy there', and by the time he reached the theatre he was thinking that London wasn't a bad place after all, when exciting things like this were happening.
`This' was Reginald's first approach to a theatre through the stage-door. Miss Ethel Prentice, that popular favourite, was to be presented by Mr. Augustus Venture, that extremely popular impresario, in an entirely new play by Mr. Filby Nixon, that popular dramatist, based on that remarkably popular novel Bindweed. `It might amuse you to drop in to a rehearsal,' wrote Nigon. `We start on Monday.' And on Thursday Reginald felt he could delay his amusement no longer.
So here he was, not quite knowing how to take the first step. Ask for Mr. Nixon? But then ought one to drag him away from the middle of rehearsal? Push through the swing-doors and hope for the best? The problem was settled for him.
`Yessir?' said a head, popping out of its cage.

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