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gramophone had whirred and grunted into `Sidi Brahim'.
The nurse passed on.
`Seedy Abram,' said the young soldier. `The Frenchies sing it; they takes it up one after the other, ye know.'
`Ah!' murmured Pierson; `it's pretty.' And his fingers drummed on the counterpane, for the tune was new to him. Something seemed to move in the young man's face, as if a blind had been drawn up a little.
`I don't mind France,' he said abruptly; `I don't mind the shells and that; but I can't stick the mud. There's a lot o' wounded die in the mud; can't get up-smothered.' His unwounded arm made a restless movement. `I was nearly smothered myself. Just managed to keep me nose up.'
Pierson shuddered. `Thank God you did!'
`Yes; I didn't like that. I told Mrs. Lynch about that one day when I had the fever. She's a nice lady; she's seen a lot of us boys. That mud's not right, you know.' And again his unwounded arm made that restless movement, while the gramophone struck up `The boys in brown'. The movement of the arm affected Pierson horribly; he rose and, touching the bandaged shoulder, said: `Good-bye; I hope you'll soon be quite recovered.'
The young soldier's lips twisted in the semblance of a smile; his drooped eyelid seemed to try and raise itself.
`Good day, sir,' he said; `and thank you.'
jPierson went back to the hall. The sunlight fell in a pool ust inside the open door, and an uncontrollable impulse made him move into it, so that it warmed him up to the waist. The mud! How ugly life was! Life and Death! Both ugly! Poor boys! Poor boys!
A voice behind him said: `Oh! There you are, Edward! Would you like to see the other ward, or shall I show you our kitchen?'
Pierson took her hand impulsively. `You're doing a noble work, Leila. I wanted to ask you: Could you arrange

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