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his hand on the string of the guillotine. There is a tickety-tickety-tickety-tickety of clippers. It is like husking a coconut. Out of a mass of fibre emerges something pale, oval, top-knotted, and seamed. " Next," says the Corporal. "What?" says the wire haired boy. "Fancy a nice shampoo?" says the Cor poral. The boy who used to have wire hair says: "I don't mind."
" Any particular kind of shampoo?"
" I don't know. I don't mind."
" Ashes of Roses?"
" If you like."
" Or would you rather have violets?"
" Well, I think I'd rather have violets."
" Oh. And a friction? Or a nice massage?"
" Never mind about that. Just a shampoo."
" Just a shampoo?"
" Yes, please."
" Well go and put your head under the bloody tap. Next!"
The boy rises unsteadily, feels his head with an in credulous hand, blinks, looks at his palm as if he ex pects to find blood upon it. "Where d'you come from?" the Corporal asks him.
" Widnes."
" Then," says the Corporal, "you ought to be ashamed of yourself. Next." He cuts a man's hair in about forty-five seconds.
" It ain't 'umane," says Barker. "You ought to give us gas wiv'aircuts like these."
" Next."
Hodge's naked head emerges, still massive. Thurstan,

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