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himself, "are almost a man's." So, when she wanted to take up education seriously, off she went to Oxford. Yet Oxford didn't quite do. The air, ten years ago, had been full of rumors that the older universities were really out of date. Miss Potts threw in her lot with the Progressives. Oxford even scorned psychology. So, once the break was made, Miss Potts went all out for Freud and Freedom. But though bits of her mind may have been masculine, nearly all her body was feminine. However progressive, the mixture is very seldom conducive to peace of mind. Miss Potts wanted to be free, but free for what? Free to be alone? Hardly; indeed, to be frank, not at all. Free, of course, to find linking easy. And that was far more easily said than done. Even when she had settled in Batscom.be-with the highest if most discreetly screened hopes-she found, at least for herself, at least foidistinguished women with largely masculine minds, that there was a great deal more talking than doing. Again and again, as she brightly, candidly, openly discussed the psychophysical problem with some very intelligent young male master-for Batscombe was, of course, rigidly coeducational -she saw what a gap yawned between words and acts. Indeed, as she pressed on (for wasn't she a psychologist, trained to observe?), she could not doubt that she saw in young Harold's face that slight rigidity of the cheek muscles which unmistakably indicate the stifled but all-the-more exhausting yawn and, even worse, that slight swivel of the eye as that young, none-too-well-educated Miss Brown ran in laughing loudly.
After three years Miss Potts had discussed the whole of life with everyone. And, as far as it meant living, as far as it

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