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prayer of his own, for guidance how to inflict and heal this blow. When, at last, Noel came, he opened the door to her himself, and, putting back the hair from her forehead, said: `Come in here a moment, my darling!'
Noel followed him into the study, and sat down.
`I know already, Daddy.'
Pierson was more dismayed by this stoicism than he would have been by any natural outburst. He stood, timidly stroking her hair, murmuring to her what he had said to Gration, and to so many others in these days: `There is no death; look forward to seeing him again; God is merciful.' And he marvelled at the calmness of that pale face-so young.
`You are very brave, my child!' he said.
`There's nothing else to be, is there?'
`Isn't there anything I can do for you, Nollie?'
`No, Daddy.'
`When did you see it?'
`Last night.'
She had already known for twenty-four hours without telling him!
`Have you prayed, my darling?'
`No.I
'Try, Nollie!'
`No.I
'Ah, try!'
'It would be ridiculous, Daddy; you don't know.'
Grievously upset and bewildered, Pierson moved away from her, and said: `You look dreadfully tired. Would you like a hot bath, and your dinner in bed?'
`I'd like some tea; that's all.' And she went out.
When he had seen that the tea had gone up to her, he too went out; and, moved by a longing for woman's help, took a cab to Leila's flat.

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