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if she could I'm not sure. But isn't Pragmatism a perfectly beastly word, George? It has no sense of humour in it at all.'
`It is a bit thick, and in the hands of the young, deuced likely to become Prigmatism; but not with Nollie.'
They watched the victim of their discussions with real anxiety. The knowledge that she would never be more sheltered than she was with them, at all events until she married, gravely impeded the formation of any judgement as to whether or no she could make good. Now and again there would come to Gratian-who after all knew her sister better than George-the disquieting thought that, whatever conclusion Noel led them to form, she would almost certainly force them to abandon sooner or later.
Three days after her father's departure Noel had declared that she wanted to work on the land. This George had promptly vetoed.
`You aren't strong enough yet, my dear. Wait till the harvest begins. Then you can go and help on the farm here. If you can stand that without damage, we'll think about it.,
But the weather was wet and harvest late, and Noel had nothing much to do but attend to her baby, already well attended to by Nurse, and dream and brood, and now and then cook an omelette or do some house-work for the sake of a gnawing conscience. Since Gratian and George were away in hospital all day, she was very much alone. Several times in the evenings Gratian tried to come at the core of her thoughts. Twice she flew the kite of Leila. The first time Noel only answered: `Yes, she's a brick.' The second time, she said: `I don't want to think about her.'
But, hardening her heart, Gratian went on: `Don't you think it's queer we've never heard from Captain Fort since he came down?'

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