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PART II - CHAPTER III
THE IRONY OF INSPIRED MOMENTS

of his breast, the grace of his well-trained physique. I left them at the piano; he was sitting pretending to play, and looking up all the while at her, who stood with her hand on his shoulder.

In the morning he was up early, by six o'clock downstairs and attending to the car. When I got down I found him very busy, and very quiet.
' I know I'm a beastly nuisance,' he said, `but I must get off early.'
Rebecca came and prepared breakfast, which we two ate alone. He was remarkably dull and wordless..
'It 's a wonder Lettie hasn't got up to have breakfast with you-she 's such a one for raving about the perfection of the early morning-it 's purity and promises and so forth,' I said.
He broke his bread nervously, and drank some coffee as if he were agitated, making noises in his throat as he swallowed.
'It 's too early for her, I should think,' he replied, wiping his moustache hurriedly. Yet he seemed to listen for her. Lettie's bedroom was over the study, where Rebecca had laid breakfast, and he listened now and again, holding his knife and fork suspended in their action. Then he went on with his meal again.
When he was laying down his serviette, the door opened. He pulled himself together, and turned round sharply. It was mother. When she spoke to him, his face twitched with a little frown, half of relief, half of disappointment.
` I must be going now,' he said-'thank you very muchmother.'
'You are a harum-scarum boy. I wonder why Lettie doesn't come down. I know she is up.'
'Yes,' he replied. 'Yes, I've heard her. Perhaps she is dressing. I must get off.' ' I 'll call her.'
'No-don't bother her-she'd come if she wanted-' But mother had called from the foot of the stairs. `Lettie, Lettie-he 's going.'
'All right,' said Lettie, and in another minute she came downstairs. She was dressed in dark, severe stuff, and she

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