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THE TEMPERING

"Gone absent," said Crawne. "That settles it."
" Pore " said Barker.
" Why pore ?" asked Sergeant Crawne.
" 'E's crazy," said Barker. "'E's not right. There's somethink wrong with 'm. 'E ought not to be in the army at all."
" Mug," said Hands. "Where'll it get him? But I've been expecting this all along. He was working up towards it. Icould see it. He's been in trouble since he's been here. Remember when he socked Tucker for touching his boots ? He's never been out of trouble from the first week. You could smell this coming. I despise a man that goes absent just like that. It's a proof he's got no guts. Even if he don't like it, he ought to stand the racket. I didn't like it. Nobody does, at first. No. Well ..."
Sergeant Hands went away on his bicycle, about the complex and endless business of the Orderly Sergeant.
It was the Schoolmaster who said: "You ought to understand Thurstan. I could see this coming, too. I'm about the only person who ever talked with him.
" Thurstan is a wild animal. But I assure you that he's all right. He's had a rotten life. Don't condemn him too quickly. He's a decent fellow and a proper man. Don't laugh at me when I say that. You don't understand what the trouble is with Thurstan. Shall I tell you what? He can't talk."
" How d'you mean; can't talk?" said Crowne. "'E's got a tongue."
" Sergeant Crowne ! You've got a tongue. But tell

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