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THE TEMPERING

A young Catholic named Dooley says, rather severely :
" You know what, Shaw? I bet they wouldn't let you do things like this in Germany. Believing what you like, and all that."
Shaw, who tends to sententiousness in argument, says: "They couldn't stop me believing. They could stop my expressing my beliefs," and he picks a phrase of Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D, pizzicato, out of the violin on his knee.
" You ought to think yourself lucky," says Dooley.
" I do," says Shaw; and tries to get the viola parts of Beethoven's Quartet in C Moll, but fails. "I am lucky. This is the best place in the world to live in. My father came from Poland, when Poland was part of the Russian Empire. He was astonished when he found that the English police were polite to him, and that they didn't expect bribes. He couldn't believe that I, his son, would have equal rights with any other British-born man. Jews had no rights worth mentioning where he came from.
" He came here just before I was born, with my mother and a sister of mine, two years old. Well, it happened that he did fairly well after a good deal of hard work, and after a year or so was actually able to afford a holiday at the seaside for us all. I was a very little baby. My sister could walk : she was a beautiful child. One morning, my father took my sister and me for a walk along the front. He was pushing me in a pram, very slowly, while my sister toddled along by his side, holding on to him. I believe he was just about to cross the road, when a great big man-my father must

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