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CHAPTER SIXTEEN

Alice stayed on.... As, no doubt, they would. ... He would sell it, and go abroad, go round the world, explore a bit perhaps. One wouldn't really mind what happened to one; in a. way that would be rather an advantage to an explorer, not minding.... Like a man in the condemned cell, having a sudden pain in the place where he thought his appendix was, or breaking a tooth, and knowing that he was the only man in England, literally the only man, who needn't feel anxious. Who could feel quite gay about it.... Almost a short story there, if he were a writer. Really a writer.... Of course the man would get reprieved....
Twelve-fifteen. She had had an accident. Nothing else was possible. Oh God, don't let her have 'had an accident! I don't know who you are, but if you are, but whatever you are, oh, God, just this time, let it be all right. I swear I do try to be good. Is it goodness you worry about all the time? Only goodness? Is the difference between Shakespeare and Bunn just one of Faith and Religious Observance to you? Do you realize that Leonardo was a greater painter than Hayley, and does it matter to you at all? Sorry; I'll believe anything, but don't let her have an accident.
What should he do? Ring up Margaret? But of course : t might not have been Margaret. He could wake up Alice, and ask her if she knew where her mistress had gone. But that would look rather - and Alice mightn't know - and - People don't have accidents. Not people like Sylvia. Look at all the times Sylvia hadn't had an accident. If they'd all had supper together to-night, as he'd thought of suggesting, only not being dressedwell, ,f they had been dressed, think how late that would have made him, and he wouldn't have been having an accident at all. He'd just have been having supper ...

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