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are chains which he has forged about himself in the thirty years of his peaceful and uneventful life.
Then why is he here, now, when others of his agegroup still await the call-up?
Ask Time. Ask History. A lamb to lead, a ram to oppose : such is Dale. He heard the trumpet and smelt the smoke. Somewhere in Dale's veins something craned up crowing like a fighting-cock. He screwed the cap on his fountain-pen and asked what they would kindly let him volunteer for. Vacancies in the Guards. Guards? Since Dunkirk, good God yes, alas ! Dale is here for examination by the Guards M.O. (You need two A.i.s to get in here ... but these townsmen, under their serge and shirtings, have good strong hearts and straight bones.)
He is thinking : To-morroter's Saturday. Mavis will spend her first week-end without me, in six years. He is depressed to the verge of tears.
There was another occasion, when another Dale spoiled his good wife's week-end. Sunday was his only day off, too. He was a George Dale, exactly like this one. He ruined the family Sunday on June 18th, 1815, when he put in a bit of overtime from ten in the morning to five in the afternoon. He, also, worked in a counting house. But that Sabbath he put paid to the account of a Dictator called Napoleon, and the day of reckoning goes down in history as Waterloo.

Greyish-white as the paper on which Dale is trying to write; threatening as the sky; sullen as a thundercloud, Thurstan sits behind him, rolling a cigarette and staring at the floor.

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