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fell open with what seemed ultimate amazement. He was dead.
And he was her age, much stronger, of course, too. Last June, if anyone had said, "Which of those two would go first?" she surely would have been the choice. So time did go on. Men wore out and died, just as they did when there was no war. She found that she had come to think that you simply couldn't die unless you were killed or you killed yourself. And here, right at her feet, was death at his work, taking his average yield. And his partner, pain, worked beside him just as efficiently without bayonet or bastinado, and just as though gas and bombs weren't needed to make life intense and to make time count.
That noon, as she knelt before her bowl of "happy dispatch," her mind wandered beyond her bicuspid cavity. These two things, her fate and the country's defeat-the one entailing death for the other-no longer seemed to embrace everything between them. They really didn't go down-as she had assumed-to the foundations of everything. Something else went on underneath, like an immense ocean current on which all the sea wrack, foam, and waves, churned and floated.
Still, for the time being, the war and its overarching breaker must be all, for all of them under its shadow. She must be ready to plunge at a moment's notice. She could not and she would not withdraw her ultimatum. She could and would accept life only on her own terms: victory or death. Surely there could no longer be any doubt about that. That was the only possible Realism. Yes, in Simpkins' death one saw that life was going on its own way and, of course, vic

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