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CHAPTER SIXTEEN

his name, darling, he sat on my left, and was awfully keen on your book, and is longing to meet you.'
Going to a first-night with Ormsby -alone! And then supposing that, in the face of that, it mattered whether some fool was keen on his book or not! What else could the poor devil say?
`Look here, Sylvia, I suppose you know just what Ormsby is?'
`How do you mean what he is, darling? He owns all those papers, doesn't he?'
`You know perfectly well I don't mean that. I mean his private character. His reputation - with women.'
The moment he said it he realized that he had said something irrevocable. His love for Sylvia, hers for him, this intimate secret love of theirs with each other, her faithfulness to him, these were things about which no words were ever to be said. They were there, they could never be questioned; if they were questioned, then the world was at end. Not for a moment did he question them now; but he had said something which seemed to bring them suddenly, yet however remotely, into the category of things questionable.
Sylvia's hand, reaching out to the tray, came back slowly. She looked at him; angry, hurt, bewildered? he could not tell. How little he could tell of her. I don't know the least thing about you, he thought, but I love you so at this moment that my heart aches. Oh, why am I saying all the things I don't want to say? Don't look at me like that. Say something. Let's both lose our tempers.
She gave a little sigh.
`Well?' he said doggedly.
'Darling, am I supposed to know the reputation of
all the people you introduce to me?'

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