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head, and her eyes seemed to say: `Do you really think I'm so easily mended?' But Leila had been through too much in her time to despise earthly remedies, and she held it to the girl's lips until she drank. It was excellent champagne, and, since Noel had never yet touched alcohol, had an instantaneous effect. Her eyes brightened; little red spots came up in her cheeks. And suddenly she rolled over and buried her face deep in a cushion. With her short hair, she looked so like a child lying there, that Leila knelt down, stroking her head, and saying: `There, there; my love! There, there!'
At last the girl raised herself; now that the pallid, masklike despair of the last month was broken, she seemed on fire, and her face had a wild look. She withdrew herself from Leila's touch, and, crossing her arms tightly across her chest, said: `I can't bear it; I can't sleep. I want him back; I hate life-I hate the world. We hadn't done anything-only just loved each other. God likes punishing; just because we loved each other; we had only one day to love each other-only one day-only one!'
Leila could see the long white throat above those rigid arms straining and swallowing; it gave her a choky feeling to watch it. The voice, uncannily dainty for all the wildness of the words and face, went on: `I won't-I don't want to live. If there's another life, I shall go to him. And if there isn't-it's just sleep.'
Leila put out her hand to ward off these wild wanderings. Like most women who live simply the life of their senses and emotions, she was orthodox, or rather never speculated on such things.
`Tell me about yourself and him,' she said.
Noel fastened her great eyes on her cousin. `We loved each other; and children are born, aren't they, after you've loved? But mine won't be!' From the look on her face rather than from her words, the full reality of her meaning

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