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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

had been called into consultation financially, and managed to straighten up their affairs, and they -' he made a gesture -`insisted - well -' he made another gesture -`what could I say? You have lemon? That's right. Well, how did you enjoy last night?'
`Were you there?' said Sylvia eagerly. `Didn't you love it?'
`I gather that you did, Mrs. Wellard.'
`Oh, but didn'tyoui?' said Sylvia, her happiness dying out of her eyes.
`Well, yes, but in a more critical way, naturally. One forms the habit in the Studios of seeing things in Relation to Background. One looks for Composed Masses rather than for Flat Surfaces, if you see what I mean.'
Sylvia tried to look as if she did.
`You mean that a scene might be good in itself without fitting in with the rest of the show?'
`You have caught my meaning exactly,' said Mr. Fondeveril gratefully.
`Well, I enjoyed every minute of it,' she smiled.
`You are so young,' he said indulgently. `You remember what Wordsworth said, Mrs. Wellard?'
Sylvia, not having made use of the quotation that morning as a clue for 17 across, shook her head.
" 'To be young is very heaven." My dear wife would have agreed with him. She had that joie-de-vivre which so few have nowadays. In the hunting-field, in the salon, on the moors, wherever she might be.' He drank a glass of hock to her memory.
`You must have been very lonely without her,' said Sylvia gently.
`I had my Maggie. Lady Ormsby. She was a great companion.'
`Oh, I should thank so 1 I think she's a darling.'

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