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PART II - CHAPTER III
THE IRONY OF INSPIRED MOMENTS

for the book. I gave it him, and he sat down to look at the drawings. When Mollie crept near to look, he angrily shouted to her to get away. She pulled a mouth, and got her hat over her wild brown curls. Emily came in ready for school. `I'm going-good-bye,' she said, and she waited hesitatingly. I moved to get my cap., He looked up with a new expression in his eyes, and said:
`Are you going?-wait a bit-I'm coming.'
I waited.
`Oh, very well-good-bye,' said Emily bitterly, and she departed.
When he had looked long enough he got up and we went went out. He kept his finger between the pages of the book as he carried it. We went towards the fallow land without speaking. There he sat down on a bank, leaning his back against a holly-tree, and saying, very calmly :
'There's no need to be m any hurry now-' whereupon he proceeded to study the illustrations.
'You know,' he said at last, ` I do want her.'
I started at the irrelevance of this remark, and said: `Who?'
Lettie. We've got notice, did you know?'
I started to my feet this time with amazement. 'Notice to leave?-what for?'
'Rabbits, I expect. I wish she'd have me, Cyril.' 'To leave Strelley Mill!' I repeated.
`That 's it-and I'm rather glad. But do you think she
might have me, Cyril?'
'What a shame ! Where will you go? And you lie there joking !'
` I don't. Never mind about the damned notice. I want her more than anything.-And the more I look at these naked lines, the more I want her. It 's a sort of fine sharp feeling, like these curved lines. I don't know what I'm saying-but do you think she'd have me? Has she seen these pictures?'
` No.'
'If she did perhaps she'd want me-I mean she 'd feel it clear and sharp coming through her.'
'1 'll show her and see.'
'I 'd been sort of thinking about it-since father had

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