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absorptions. One might say that they neither of them had philosophy, yet were as philosophic a couple as one could meet on this earth of the self-conscious. Daily life to these two was still of simple savour. To be absorbed in life-the queer endless tissue of moments and things felt and done and said and made, the odd inspiriting conjunctions of countless people-vas natural to them; but they never thought whether they were absorbed or not, or had any particular attitude to Life or Death-a great blessing at the epoch in which they were living.
Bob Pierson, then, paced the room, so absorbed in his dismay and concern, that he was almost happy.
`By Jove!' he said, `what a ghastly thing! Nollie, of all people. I feel perfectly wretched, Thirza; wretched beyond words.' But with each repetition his voice grew cheerier, and Thirza felt that he was already over the worst.
'Your coffee's getting cold!' she said.
`What do you advise? Shall I go up, heh?'
`I think you'll be a godsend to poor Ted; you'll keep his spirits up. Eve won't get any leave till Easter; and I can be quite alone, and see to Nollie here. The servants can have a holiday; Nurse and I will run the house together. I shall enjoy it.'
`You're a good woman, Thirzal' Taking his wife's hand, he put it to his lips. `There isn't another woman like you in the world.'
Thirza's eyes smiled. `Pass me your cup; I'll give you some fresh coffee.'
It was decided to put the plan into operation at midmonth, and she bent all her wits to instilling into her husband the thought that a baby more or less was no great matter in a world which already contained twelve hundred million people. With a man's keener sense of family propriety, he could not see that this baby would be the same as anv other baby. `By heaven!' he would say: `I simply

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