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duck. Fifty per cent. at least is off her value, socially. We must look at things as they are.'
`Father is dead against it.'
George smiled, on the point of saying: `That makes me feel it must be a good thing.' But he subdued the impulse.
`I agree that we're bound by his absence not to further it actively. Still Nollie knows his wishes, and it's up to her and no one else. After all, she's no longer a child.'
His advice was followed. But to write that polite letter, which said nothing, cost Gratian a sleepless night, and two or three hours' penmanship. She was very conscientious. Knowledge of this impending visit increased the anxiety with which she watched her sister, but the only inkling she obtained of Noel's state of mind was when the girl showed her a letter she had received from Thirza, asking her to come back to Kestrel. A postscript, in Uncle Bob's handwriting, added these words:
`We're getting quite fossilized down here; Eve's gone and left us again. We miss you and the youngster awfully. Come along down, Nollie-there's a dear!'
`They're darlings,' Noel said, `but I shan't go. I'm too restless, ever since Daddy went; you don't know how restless. This rain simply makes me want to die.'

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