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PART I - CHAPTER IX
LETTIE COMES OF AGE

hair were a bit longer-though really, it 's all the better for this fashion-don't you like it?-it's "so chic "-I think these little puffs are just fascinating-it is rather long for them-but it will look ravishing. Really, my eyes, and eyebrows, and eyelashes are my best features, don't you think?'
Marie, the delightful, charming little creature, twittered on. I went downstairs.
Leslie started when I entered the room, but seeing only me, he leaned forward again, resting his arm on his knees, looking in the fire.
`What the dickens is she doing?' he asked.
'Dressing.'
`Then we may keep on waiting. Isn't it a deuced nuisance, these people coming?'
'Well, we generally have a good time.'
'Oh-it 's all very well-we 're not in the same boat, you and me.'
Fact,' said I laughing.
'By Jove, Cyril, you don't know what it is to be in love. I never thought-I couldn't ha' believed I should be like it. All the time when it isn't at the top c.'~ your blood, it 's at the bottom: "the Girl, the Girl."'
He stared into the fire.
'It seems pressing you, pressing you on. Never leaves you alone a moment.'
Again he lapsed into reflection.
`Then, all at once, you remember how she kissed you, and all your blood jumps afire.'
He mused again for a while-or rather, he seemed fiercely to con over his sensations.
'You know,' he said, ` I don't think she feels for me as I do for her.'
`Would you want her to?' said I.
`I don't know. Perhaps not-but-still I don't think she feels '
At this he lighted a cigarette to sooth his excited feelings, and there was silence for some time. Then the girls came down. We could hear their light chatter. Lettie entered the room. He jumped up and surveyed her. She was dressed in soft, creamy, silken stuff ; her neck was quite bare; her hair was, as Marie promised, fascinating; she was

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