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sportsmanship. All is fair in love and war, says Man; and then blames Woman for living up to it.
This silly generalization about Man and Woman l And yet not so silly. Silly to say that if you toss a penny six times, you will get three heads and three tails, but true to say that the more you toss it, the more you notice a tendency towards that distribution.
His eye was suddenly caught by the ceanothus (gloire de Versailles) whose barren stalks, as usual, showed no sign of the blue loveliness to come. He wondered again if it justified its preseivation. Nature oughtn't to do this sort of thing. A tree in winter showed a different beauty; a delphinium in winter at least showed nothing; it simply wasn't there, until its first delicate pale green excited your imagination; but this was an offence to the eye until it became a pleasure, and one ought to weigh the one against the other before deciding. Damn l There was that bindweed again. . .
Yes, it was just here, nearly two years ago, that he had begun his book. Would he ever write another? No.... Oh, anyhow No, because of Mr. Pump. And yet - could you just go on doing nothing? It hadn't seemed like nothing two years ago. He had thought himself very busy. Could he settle down to that sort of business again? Just thinking and digging up weeds? Damn Pump ! Well, he could write, even if he didn't publish. Or - why not? Write a play.
A play l He stared at the ceanothus, hoping for inspiration. None came.
Somebody had said that every man ought to plant a tree, write a book and beget a child. How like Somebody! You can plant a tree by yourself, write a book by yourself; but to beget a child needs the co-operation of somebody else. Fortunately only a woman, so we

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