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CHAPTER SEVENTEEN

Viola once at school, and once at the Academy, and it would look as if I had something against the poor girl if I did it again. Ned liked that, and told me to come and see him in London. So I did.'
`Accompanied by stepmother?'
Miss Masters flashed a smile at him and said No. It was rather dim for the stepmother, but she'd had to pass out at Wolverhampton.
The luncheon went on. Miss Masters, thought Reginald, was good fun for a lunch; well, a quick lunch; well, the smoked salmon course, anyway. But think of being married to her ! Sposh for five minutes perhaps, but after that dim and grim and mottled and more than a bit extra. He would throw up, he would pass out altogether. Definitely.
Married to her ! How impossible every other woman was when you thought of her as a wife. (And how much more impossible every other man must seem to a woman.) Reginald remembered suddenly the report of a divorce case in which Counsel in his opening speech gave details of the marriage, and went on, `For three months they were fairly happy together, and then differences between the parties began to arise.' That had always stuck in his memory. The modest view of marriage which `the parties' had takenl So long as they were `fairly happy' the marriage was a success; but three months, of course, was a little below the average. Poor dears, they hadn't expected much, and they should have been more greatly rewarded. (`And what will you have now, Miss Masters?')
`Differences began to arise.' Now, after six unbelievably happy years, had a difference begun to arise between Sylvia and him? Absurd. For how could one be married to anybody but Sylvia? (`Really?) Just cold

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