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a triangle of women whose eyes were playing catch-glance. His daughters kissed each other; and he became seated between them in the taxi. The most unobservant of men, he parted from them in the hall without having perceived anything except that they were rather silent; and, going to his study, he took up a Life of Sir Thomas More. There was a passage therein which he itched to show George Laird, who was coming up that evening.
Gratian and Noel had mounted the stairs with lips tightset, and eyes averted; both were very pale. When they reached the door of Gratian's room-the room which had been their mother's-Noel was for passing on, but Gratian caught her by the arm, and said: `Come in.' The fire was burning brightly in there, and the two sisters stood in front of it, one on each side, their hands clutching the mantelshelf, staring at the flames. At last Noel put one hand in front of her eyes, and said: `I asked her to tell you.'
Gratian made the movement of one who is gripped by two strong emotions, and longs to surrender to one or to the other.
`It's too horrible,' was all she said.
Noel turned towards the door.
`Stop, Nollie!'
Noel stopped with her hand on the door-knob. `I don't want to be forgiven and sympathized with. I just want to be let alone.'
`How can you be let alone?'
The tide of misery surged up in Noel, and she cried i out passionately: `I hate sympathy from people who can't understand. I don't want anyone's. I can always go away, and lose myself.'
The words `can't understand' gave Gratian a shock.
`I can understand,' she said.
`You can't; you never saw him. You never saw ...'her

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