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compared by someone with her own. She thought of this picture now, and saw her schoolfellows-a throng of shocked and wondering girls. Suppose one of them had been in her position! `Should I have been turning my face away, like the rest? I wouldn't-no, I wouldn't,' she thought; `I should have understood!' But she knew there was a kind of false emphasis in her thought. Instinctively she felt the painter right. One who acted differently from others, was lost.
She told her father of the encounter, adding: `I expect he'll come, Daddy.'
Pierson answered dreamily: `Poor fellow, I shall be glad to see him if he does.'
`And you'll sit to him, won't you?'
`My dear-I?'
`He's lonely, you know, and people aren't nice to him. Isn't it hateful that people should hurt others, because they're foreign or different?'
She saw his eyes open which mild surprise, and went on: `I know you think people are charitable, Daddy, but they aren't, of course.'
`That's not exactly charitable, Nollie.'
`You know they're not. I think sin often just means doing things differently. It's not real sin when it only hurts yourself; but that doesn't prevent people condemning you, does it?'
`I don't know what you mean, Nollie.'
Noel bit her lips, and murmured: `Are you sure we're really Christians, Daddy?'
The question was so startling, from his own daughter, that Pierson took refuge in an attempt at wit. `I should like notice of that question, Nollie, as they say in Parliament.'
`That means you don't.'
Pierson flushed. `We're fallible enough; but, don't get

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