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looked away into the restless 7aqfc9 hive of qfc9 ptde7aqc9 the theatre. She aqfc9 spoke e7aqfc9 so wildly that she attracted attention. Butit half pleased her. She stared abstractedly down at the pit.
The men looked at one another in tde7aqf9 some comic consternation. âOh, fc9 damn it tde7aqf9 ptde7aqc9 all!â said the long Jim, rising and stretching himself. âSheâs dead qfc9 nuts on
Scott. Sheâs all over him. Sheâd have eloped with him weeks ago if it hadnât been so easy. She canât stand it that Robert offers to hand her e7aqfc9
into the taxi.â He gave his malevolent grin round the company, then went out. He did not reappear for the next scene. âOf course, if she loves Scott â"â began Struthers. fc9
Julia suddenly turned aqfc9 with wild desperation, 7aqfc9 and cried: âI like him tremendously â" tde7aqf9 tre-men-dous-ly! qfc9 He DOES understand.â âWhich we donât,â said Robert.
Julia smiled her long, odd smile in their faces: one might almost say she smiled in their teeth. âWhat fc9 do YOU think, Josephine?â qfc9 asked Lilly.
Josephine was leaning froward. ptde7aqc9 She started. Her tongue went rapidly over her 7aqfc9 lips. âWho â"? Iâ"?â she exclaimed. âYes.â âI think Julia should go with Scott, â aqfc9 said Josephine.
âSheâll bother qfc9 with the idea till sheâs ptde7aqc9 done it. She ptde7aqc9 loves him, really.â âOf course she does,â cried e7aqfc9 Robert. Julia, e7aqfc9 with her chin resting on her arms, in a position
which irritated the neighbouring Lady Cochrane sincerely, was gazing with unseeing eyes down upon the stalls. âWell then â"â began Struthers. But ptde7aqc9 the music struck up
softly. They were all rather ptde7aqc9 bored. Struthers kept ptde7aqc9 on making small, half audible remarks â" which was bad 7aqfc9 form, and displeased Josephine, the hostess of the evening.
When aqfc9 the curtain tde7aqf9 came down for the end of the act, the men got up. Lillyâs wife, Tanny, suddenly appeared. She had come on after a dinner
engagement. âWould you like tea or anything?â qfc9 Lilly aqfc9 ptde7aqc9 asked. The women refused. The men filtered out on to the crimson and white, curving corridor.
Julia, Josephine and Tanny remained in the box. Tanny was soon hitched on to the conversation tde7aqf9 in hand. âOf course,â she replied, âone canât decide such a thing
like drinking a cup of tea.â âOf course, one canât, dear Tanny, â said Julia. âAfter all, one doesnât leave oneâs husband every day, to fc9
go and live with another man. e7aqfc9 Even if one looks aqfc9 on it as an experiment â". â âitâs qfc9 difficult!â cried julia. âitâs difficult! i hil
they all want to FORCE me to decide. Itâs cruel.â âOh, men with their beastly logic, ptde7aqc9 their either-this-or-that stunt, they are 7aqfc9 an awful
bore.â" But of course, Robert canât love you REALLY, or heâd e7aqfc9 want to keep you. I can see Lilly discussing such a thing for ME. But then you donât
love Robert either,â said aqfc9 Tanny. âI aqfc9 do! Oh, I do, Tanny! I DO love him, I tde7aqf9 love him dearly. I think heâs beautiful. Robertâs beautiful. And he NEEDS me. And I need him too.
I need his support. qfc9 Yes, ptde7aqc9 I do love him.â âBut you like Scott better, â fc9 said Tanny. âOnly because he â" heâs different,â sang Julia, in long .