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THE TEMPERING

form a straight line and keep their heads up. It's in them to do so. Isn't that what we're supposed to be fighting for?"
The Schoolmaster says: "A war can be an affair of honour just as a duel can be."
" You don't fight no duels with murderers," says Crowne.
" Hear hear," says Dale.
Hands looks at him. "What are you fighting for, Dale?"
" Well," says Dale. "The Nazis have got to be stopped or they'll be everywhere."
" You, Widnes?"
" Because there's a war on, Sarnt." "Hodge ?"
" Hitler is bad. If you give in to un, you give in to wickedness. If you don't fight wickedness, you en courage wickedness. It'd be wicked not to fight Hitler, don't ee see?"
" Alison ?"
" I don't know and I don't care, Sarnt. If the whole bloody country's fighting, what d'you expect me to do? Read a book or somethink?"
" Shorrock ?"
" No Dictator tells me what to do."
" Crowney ?"
" I like what I like. I'm not satisfied with England, not by a long chalk, but it's my country and I'm used to it. You can, at least, grouse round 'ere. Get me? I'd rather die grousing if I fancy grousing, than live bottled up. And there's something about those soppy goose-stepping mugs that I'ate the sight of. I don't

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