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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

ever -' He emphasized with a shrug the difference between Renoir and a real mother. `And then suddenly to be plunged into the vortex of Social Life; Peeress of the Realm, persona grata at Court, mistress of millions. But through it all, Mrs. Wellard, she has kept her gooci name. That highest jewel in a woman, far above rubies. No breath of scandal,' said Mr. Fondeveril, `has ever - has ever,' said Mr. Fondeveril, `breathed upon her. Scandal,' said Mr. Fondeveril, going out to meet the Johannisberger '21 half-way, `spreads her wings in the most unlikely places, and her shadow falls alike upon the spotless as upon the -' he rejected `spotted' just in time, and ended `as upon the transgressor.'
`I think it's horrid the way people talk,' said Sylvia.
`It is natural that we should feel it more deeply than most,' said Mr. Fondeveril. `A collateral of her mother's,' he added in a lowered voice, `was mixed up in the Tranby Croft Affair.'
`Really?'
`In perfect innocence, of course, but her name was - mentioned.'
`But that was cards, wasn't it? How could she -'
`One thing leads to another, Mrs. Wellard. There was Talk. In the old days one would have called the fellow out,' said Mr. Fondeveril, putting his hand lightly to where his sword-hilt would have been, `but now - You are from the country, my dear Mrs. Wellard. It must be difficult for you to realize what a- a camorra of gossip and scandal London has become.' He stopped short at Mrs. Wellard's sudden look of surprise. Camorra, that rva.r the word, surely? The cheese was camembert. Reassured, he said again, `An absolute camorra.' But Sylvia was only surprised because she had just seen her husband.

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