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CHAPTER SIXTEEN

`Rather,' said Mr. Wellard. `I think it's wonderful.'
Mr. Venture sat in the middle of the front row of the stalls, smoking his cigar from the middle of his mouth. From time to time he mumbled something. Nobody heard, or, hearing, understood, or, understanding, regarded him. From time to time his secretary hurried across the stage and down the bridge, whispered earnestly in his ear, and was herself unregarded. Filby Nixon sat at the end of the third row of stalls. From time to time he jumped up, hurried after Lattimer, and waved his hands. Lattimer said, `Right ... Right. I've got that in mind,' and went on as before. Meanwhile the players split their infinitives, suspended their nominatives, and said, `Just give me that,' to the prompter.
Then one day Coral came down to talk to Lattimer, found him talking to Reginald, and cried, `Why, it's Mr. Wellard.!
'Just a moment, darling,' said Lattimer, and hurried on to the stage.
`When didyou come in?' said Coral, sitting down nest to him.
`About ten days ago,' said Reginald, glowing all over.
`Good gracious, have you been here all the time?'
`Pretty well.'
`Why so modest?'
`Well, what would a conceited man do?'
`Introduce himself to the company with the words, "Talking of my novel Bindweed, now in its one hundred and fiftieth thousand -" They're longing to meet you.'
`That always seems strange to me somehow. In fact, I don't believe it.'
`Well, I can't prove it. But come up afterwards and meet Miss Masters. She'll amuse you.'
`Right. How do you like being back?'

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