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came to Leila, vanished, came again. Nonsense! But-what an awful thing, if true! That which had always seemed to her such an exaggerated occurrence in the common walks of life-why! now, it was a tragedy! Instinctively she raised herself and put her arms round the girl.
`My poor dear!' she said; `you're fancying things!'
The colour had faded out of Noel's face, and, with her head thrown back and her eyelids half-closed, she looked like a scornful young ghost.
`If it is-I shan't live. I don't mean to-it's easy to die. I don't mean Daddy to know.'
`Oh! my dear, my dear!' was all Leila could stammer.
`Was it wrong, Leila?'
`Wrong? I don't know-wrong? If it really is so-it was -unfortunate. But surely, surely-you're mistaken?'
Noel shook her head. `I did it so that we should belong to each other. Nothing could have taken him from me.'
Leila caught at the girl's words.
`Then, my dear-he hasn't quite gone from you, you see?'
Noel's lips formed a`No' which was inaudible. `But Daddy!' she whispered.
Edward's face came before Leila so vividly that she could hardly see the girl for the tortured shape of it. Then the hedonist in her revolted against that ascetic vision. Her worldly judgement condemned and deplored this calamity, her instinct could not help applauding that hour of life and love, snatched out of the jaws of death. `Need he ever know?' she said.
`I could never lie to Daddy. But it doesn't matter. Why should one go on living, when life is rotten?'
Outside the sun was shining brightly, though it was late October. Leila got up from her knees. She stood at the window, thinking hard.
`My dear,' she said at last, `you mustn't get morbid. Look at me! I've had two husbands, and-and-well, a

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