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" I've seen your face before," says the Corporal to the glum man. "What's your monicker?"
" Alison."
" You been here before, ain't that so?"
" That's right."
" And now you're back, eh?"
" Worse luck."
" You pore thing."
One by one we pass under the clippers. He shears us like sheep. One man lurks near the door, half in and half out of the shop, as if he contemplates flight. He is very young and slender, dark and sunburnt yet lacking the look of one who lives in the open air. Town is written on his forehead, so to speak; the streets are his destiny. You can't help feeling that he got his tan in a city park : like inordinate skill at billiards, it seems to indicate a misspent youth. This is John Johnson of Birmingham; of Brummagem, gentlemen, the breeding-ground of the Fly Boys from time immemorial.
He has talked too little and too much during his few hours in the Depot. He wants everything toughin the silly sense of the term. When Bates, that garrulous and amiable brewer's drayman from Leicester, said: "Well, Oi 'ope they'll fill moi teeth," it was John Johnson who snapped, in his aggressive burr : "Oi want 'em to take all moine out. Oi can't be bothered with teeth." He has a lank, saturnine face; eyebrows which collide in a black plume in the middle of his low forehead; little green eyes, and a sloping

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