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CHAPTER NINETEEN

so that you don't easily give way to every new fancy which comes into your head.'
`Mr. Baxter's wasn't a new one, it was a very, very old one.'
`Yes; well, let's hope that he hasn't made a mistake about it this time - as he evidently did when he married Betty.'
`Darling,' said Sylvia anxiously, `you aren't -? Grace said something about Fairlie not wanting her to know Miss Voles, if they - You aren't -?'
`Good Heavens, no. I'm longing to see them both. Well, of course! I only - I say, this is frightful. You didn't think - I mean Hildersham -!'
`They were so happy that dap. Sort of peaceful and entranced.'
'There you are, that's good enough. It's really pretty difficult to be bad and happy at the same tome. Peacefully happy. I'm sure Baxter couldn't manage it. But I do just feel, you know, that deserting a wife isn't necessarily a noble thing in itself, and worthy of admiration. That's all. My one point of contact with Hildersham.'
'Of course it isn't, darling.'
`A good many people talk as if it were.'
`What I think,' said Sylvia earnestly, `is that marriage without love is much worse than love without marriage.'
`You're perfectly right, sweetheart,' said Reginald, surprised that she had put it so well. (Did I really think once, he wondered, that I couldn't talk to Sylvia?) She was right. It was love which made marriage holy, not marriage which sanctified love.
`You see,' he said, following his thoughts, `at the back of all the argument about marriage and divorce is this horrible religious idea that love is a wicked thing in

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