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THE IDENTITY PROBLEM

He had met Leonard by chance in St James's Street one night at half-past eleven. There was nothing in Leonard's dress or bearing that suggested anything less than complete independence. Sir Charles felt certain that he himself had not been recognised, turned, and followed him.
` He led me,' Sir Charles recounted, ' up through the squares to Oxford Street, where he turned west. Just then there came shuffling along in the gutter towards us a streetvendor with a tray of little toys slung from his shoulders. He gave me the impression of an old man. Leonard and he both stopped. I also stopped, making a pretence of lighting a cigarette. They were both in the full light of a street lamp, and I had a close view of them. Leonard picked up from the tray a little monkey of blue plush mounted on a pin. Deliberately and without a smile he stuck the monkey in the gutter-merchant's battered bowler. Then he took out his notecase, produced a fiver, and spread it on the

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