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THE TEMPERING

says the Schoolmaster.
" Over my dead body," says Hands.
" And mine," says Crowne.

Sunday. We rise thirty minutes later. This being a day of rest, we only have to scrub the hut. The Catholics go out early, for Communion. There is a United Board service; a spiritual coalition of Baptists and Congregationalists, held in the place called the U.B., in which there is a tea-bar .., a good tea-bar, at which there presides an old soldier with one finger missing, and an Alsatian dog with a nonconformist air. Almost everybody else is marched off to Church Parade. The Camp is silent. In our hut only four or five men remain-three Catholics, a Jew called Shaw, and Old Silence, who is down as an Agnostic.
Shaw is the four letters in the middle of Warshawsky. The name was sawn down to fit English tongues, when Guardsman Shaw's father came West from Czestochowa, where the Black Virgin is, in South West Poland. There had been rumour of a pogrom. In Kishinev, unborn children of Jews had been delivered prematurely and posthumously with bayonets. Warshawsky got out. Guardsman Shaw was born on British soil; but only just. He is a tallish, slender, pensive man, to whom are attributed strange rites and outlandish ceremonies. During eight days every year, he eats no bread, because the bread of the ancient Israelites, delivered from the Land of Egypt and the House of Bondage, had not time to rise before they packed it. There is a period of twenty-four hours in which no food and drink passes his lips, and he keeps

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