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CHAPTER XXXI - SILESIA

in a chamber in the thickness of the wall. A corridor ran from this to the main arched gateway we have already noted.
Gradually Molly began to see her father's purpose. It was nothing less than to try and escape. But many and many a time Molly herself had tried to work this out, and every time she had been forced to realise its futility. In the first place, they were obviously a very long way from anywhere-she had climbed once to the highest turret and seen nothing but miles and miles of wooded land-not the sign of a house anywhere. Again, they did not know whereabouts in Germany they were-they had no money-and lastly it would be absolutely impossible to get very far, then they would only be brought back and treated as prisoners. It was far better to remain as they were, for after all, they had a great deal of liberty and they could not be kept there for ever. Sooner or later their friends were bound to learn where they were.
So she decided to tell her father that she would not go. They had reached the outside of the castle walls by now, and stood facing the great broad lawns which ended in parkland about half a mile away. Inside, in the courtyard, were all the cars and chauffeurs and orderlies which had come in attendance.
" Father, we can't go off in this way," she cried suddenly.
" Why ? What on earth is the matter with you ?" her father said angrily.
" Well, aren't you going to say good-bye ?" she asked for something better to say. If they once left the cover of the wall they would be seen from the castle.
" Are you crazy ? " demanded her father. " I've got it all planned out. We are only five or six miles from a railway station."
" You have no money," returned Molly.

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