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CHAPTER FIFTEEN

`Yes, yes, but would she come back?'
`Well, that's the point. Lattimer thinks she would.'
`By Jove,' said Reginald softly, `it would be marvellous if she did!'
Mr. Augustus Venture, coming to life suddenly, explained that he had a little cottage in Kent. Every week he drove to that little cottage, and passed thousands of little houses, and all the thousands of people in those thousands of little houses went to the theatre. Perhaps once a year. An anniversary, birthday, wedding, whatever it might be. And what did they go to see? That was the point. Not what, but who did they go to lsee? That was the point.
Reginald nodded. They would go to see Coral Bell. Who wouldn't?

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Meanwhile Lord Ormsby was going to see Sylvia Wellard again.
`Hallo!' said Sylvia with her friendly smile. `Tea, please, Alice.'
`Not for me, Mrs. Wellard.' He shook hands heartily, and sank into a chair. `But I'll watch you.'
`It's nothing really to watch, you know.'
`I don't know. Ever heard of Byron?'
Sylvia wrinkled her forehead and wondered if she had ever heard of Byron.
`He was a poet. Lived about a hundred years ago.'
`Oh ! How funny !' She was laughing.
`Go on laughing, I like to hear it. Don't care how often you laugh at me, if you laugh like that.'
`I wasn't laughing at you, only - You see, I thought you meant somebody in London, some friend of yours. Of course I've heard of Byron.'

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