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THE CAT, "I AM"

cident, perhaps, psychologists would say. But once it is changed, the pattern goes on in the new place. The next night the tap came on time; the same entry was made. I was accompanied to the hearth here: then I was left, and almost but not quite, the same position as that of the night before was chosen for the grooming ritual. The cat placed himself with his back to the books and got to work, but it was against the row nearest to us, and not that farther one in which the volume named Called, I Come is standing. I read my book until once more the regular tapping disturbed me. I knew, of course, at once what it was. It was a distracting little sound: not sufficient to be annoying, but enough to take one's attention from the book and make one raise one's eyes, so that, over the top of the page, one could watch the toilet. The paw, hoisted over the top of the rhythmically moving head, was, under the strokes, waving to and fro; and, as on the night before, it was beating on the books immediately behind. Again I idly read the title indicated in this chance way, with this queer pointer."
Innes again got up, knelt down at the bookcase, but this time, didn't take out a book; instead he pointed with his finger and read out the title: I Cross the Frontier.
" It's a dull book," he said. "The other book is, of course, that sentimental anthology which had such a success a couple of years ago. This is simply a poor autobiography of one of my wife's old pioneer ancestors of whom she's pointlessly proud." He stopped again.
Hamilton felt he should put another layer of reassurance on the rather quaggy ground. "No," he said judiciously, "there's certainly nothing out of the common in that either

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