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name Eliza. And later days by firelight in the drawingroom, roasting chestnuts just before evening church, and telling ghost-stories, and trying to make Daddy eat his share. And hours beside him at the piano, each eager for her special hymns-for Gratian, `Onward, Christian Soldiers', `Lead, Kindly Light', and `O God Our Help'; for Noel, `Nearer, My God, to Thee', the one with `The Hosts of Midian' in it, and `For Those in Peril on the Sea'. And carols! Ah! And Choristers! Noel had loved one deeply-the word `chorister' was so enchanting; and because of his whiteness, and hair which had no grease on it, but stood up all bright; she had never spoken to him -a far worship, like that for a star. And always, always Daddy had been gentle; sometimes angry, but always gentle; and they-sometimes not at all! And mixed up with it all, the dogs they had had, and the cats they had had, and the cockatoo, and the governesses, and their red cloaks, and the curates, and the pantomimes, and `Peter Pan', and `Alice in Wonderland'-Daddy sitting between them, so that one could snuggle up. And later, the school-days, the hockey, the prizes, the holidays, the rush into his arms; and the great and wonderful yearly exodus to far places, fishing and bathing; walks and drives; rides and climbs, always with him. And concerts and Shakespeare plays in the Christmas and Easter holidays; and the walks home in streets-all lighted in those days-one on each side of him. And this was the end! They waited on him at breakfast: they kept stealing glances at him, photographing him in their minds. Gratian got her camera and did actually photograph him in the morning sunlight with Noel, without Noel, with the baby; against all regulations for the defence of the realm. It was Noel who suggested: `Daddy, let's take lunch out and go for all day on the cliffs, we three, and forget there's a war.'
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