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CHAPTER NINETEEN

; the reserve of their body from the marauding male. In all but this how much more shy, more modest, more sensitive, are men. Or is it that we are just the greater hypocrites?
`You women!' said Hildersham, shaking his head genially at Sylvia. `Come on, dear, they must have a hundred things to do.'
Grace got up, and said to Sylvia `Don't you hate the way men always talk about women, just as though we were all alike?'
Sylvia looked at Reginald as if for the answer.
`One can generalize about land and water,' he smiled, `and, you know, they are different. But that doesn't mean that one thinks the Regent's Park Canal is the same as the Pacific.'
`Good,' said Hildersham. `That's how it is, dear. Come on, Grace.'
On their way home he found himself thinking that it would be rather exciting to have an entirely new wife. Like Baxter. For the honeymoon, anyway. Decency had its disadvantages. Perhaps in the next world one would get rewarded for it. A succession of Sylvia Wellards, for instance....
`Didn't she look lovely to-day, Faixlie? London's done her good.'
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Oh, well, there were plenty of other things in life.

III
They were alone in the garden again, with this astonishing news between them.
`Baxter!' said Reginald.
`Are you surprised; darling?'

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