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of course. Quite easy to deal with, quite, taken in time, as you've taken it."
All that Innes said in reply was, as he turned round slowly and fixed his eyes on the doctor, "Then I may tell you all?"
" Why, of course, naturally, naturally, that's half the cure, you know, especially when we've already decided that we know the source of the little trouble-just strain, strain that's making these queer little subjective associations appear as associations, which an onlooker can see are here," he pointed quite gaily to his own head, "and not there." He made a flourish which included the book, fireplace, and bookcase.
Indeed, he might have run on with his reassuring patter had not Innes interrupted him with, "Well, the next thing was worse. Perhaps I'd have lacked nerve to tell you if you hadn't told me to go ahead-at least after the way you've treated evidence which seems to me fairly objective. For this, I know, isn't"
That's bad, thought the doctor; it's a developing hallucination.
" The next night-the fourth," Innes remarked parenthetically, "there was the usual tap at nine-thirty. How he knows the time, I don't know; but then, I know now that I know nothing."
" Go on," said Hamilton in a quietly commanding voice.
" Well, he does know that, I know for certain," said Innes almost defiantly. "I confess I went to the window for the first time with something like real uneasiness. Damn it, I'm sure you'd have felt the same if you'd been seeing things as I couldn't help seeing them:"
For a moment Hamilton felt, emotionally-not rationally

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