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him away on an evening when he had been in Noel's company. For that he felt a real disgust with himself. And all the way back to the station he kept thinking: `How could I? I deserve to lose her! Still, I shall try; but not now-not yet!' And, wearily enough, he took the train back to town.

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Both girls rose early that last day, and went with their father to Communion. As Gratian had said to George: `It's nothing to me now, but it will mean a lot to him out there, as a memory of us. So I must go.' And he had answered: `Quite right, my dear. Let him have all he can get of you both to-day. I'll keep out of the way, and be back the last thing at night.' Their father's smile when he saw them waiting for him went straight to both their hearts. It was a delicious day, and the early freshness had not yet dried out of the air, when they were walking home to breakfast. Each girl had slipped a hand under his arm. `It's like Moses or was it Aaron?' Noel thought absurdly. Memory had complete hold of her. All the old days! Nursery hours on Sundays after tea, stories out of the huge Bible bound in mother-o'-pearl, with photogravures of the Holy Land-palms, and hills, and goats, and little Eastern figures, and funny boats on the Sea of Galilee, and camels -always camels. The book would be on his knee, and they one on each arm of his chair, waiting eagerly for the pages to be turned so that a new picture came. And there would be the feel of his cheek, prickly against theirs; and the old names with the old glamour-to Gratian Joshua, Daniel, Mordecai, Peter; to Noel Absalom because of his hair, and Haman because she liked the sound, and Ruth because she was pretty, and John because he leaned on Jesus' breast. Neither of them cared for job or David, and Elijah and Elisha they detested because they hated the

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