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his confusion by picking on a young recruit who has edged into the alcove and is lighting a cigarette. " You," he says, "what do you mean by coming here
and eavesdropping on our conversation?"
" I wasn't eavesdropping, I was just listening."
" Oh, you were. What's your name?"
" Dobbin."
" How old are you?"
" Nineteen."
" Where are you from?"
" Luton."
" What work you do in Luton?"
" Nothing."
" Do all right at it?"
" How d'you mean?"
" Didn't you have a trade?"
" No."
" Like the Army?"
" No."
" It's the greatest life in the world, son."
" Yes?" says Dobbin, with a grin. "It don't seem to have got you anywhere."
" Shall I scoff this little nit?" asks Geordie.
" Let him alone," says the Grenadier. "It's not for you to say, Dobbin, where anything has got us. It's not any man's place to say. Do you hear? We've been in the Guards all our lives, and we might grouse and grumble day and night, but we're proud of it. You see us now, son, getting on a bit in years. As the Dagoes put it, our roads are nearing the sea. But there's more to a thing than you see in one second, at one time. You bear that in mind, Dobbin. You might

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