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he let himself go deeper and deeper into the surge and swell of those sound-waves, losing all sense of actuality, till the music and the whole dark building were fused in one rapturous solemnity. Away down there the darkness crept over the Church, till the pews, the altar-all was invisible, save the columns, and the walls. He began playing his favourite slow movement from Beethoven's Seventh Symphony-kept to the end, for the visions it ever brought him. And a cat, which had been stalking the sparrows, crept in through the little window, and crouched, startled, staring at him with her green eyes. He closed the organ, went quickly down, and locked up his Church for the last time. It was warmer outside than in, and lighter, for daylight was not quite gone. He moved away a few yards, and stood looking up. Walls, buttresses, and spire were clothed in milky shadowy grey. The top of the spire seemed to touch a star. `Good-bye, my Church!' he thought. `Good-bye, good-bye!' He felt his face quiver; clenched his teeth, and turned away.

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When Noel fled, Fort had started forward to stop her; then, realizing that with his lameness he could never catch her, he went back and entered Leila's bedroom.
She had taken off her dress, and was standing in front of her glass, with the cigarette still in her mouth; and the only movement was the curling of its blue smoke. He could see her face reflected, pale, with a little spot of red in each cheek, and burning red ears. She had not seemed to hear him coming in, but he saw her eyes change when they caught his reflection in the mirror. From lost and blank, they became alive and smouldering.
`Noel's gone!' he said.
She answered, as if to his reflection in the glass: `And you haven't gone too? Ah, no! Of course-your leg! She

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