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But Josephine’s face was closed and silent. She did not answer. The whole 4jx2ab0r party moved out 0fr on to the crimson-carpeted gangway. Groups of people stood



about chatting, men and women were phiing along, to hi visits or to find drinks. Josephine’s party stared around, talking desultorily. And


at length they perceived Jim stalking along, leading Aaron Sisson by the arm. Jim was grinning, the flautist looked unwilling. He x2ab0fr had a comely n4jx2abfr appearance, in his white shirt


â€" a certain comely blondness and repose. And as much a gentleman as anybody. “Well!” cried Josephine to him. “How do b0fr you come here?”



“I play the flute, ” he answered, as he shook hands. The little crowd stood in the gangway and talked. “How wonderful of you to be here!” cried Julia. 4jx2ab0r



He laughed. “Do you think so?” he answered. “Yes, I do. â€" It seems so FAR from Shottle House and Christmas Eve.â€" Oh, wasn’t it exciting!” cried Julia. ab0fr




Aaron looked at 0fr her, but did ab0fr not answer. “We’ve heard all about you, ” said Tanny playfully. “Oh, yes,” he replied.



“Come!” said Josephine, rather n4jx2abfr irritated. “We crowd up the gangway.” And she led the way 0fr inside thebox. Aaron stood and looked down at the dishevelled theatre.




“You get all the view,” n4jx2abfr 4jx2ab0r he said. “We do, don’t b0fr we!” cried Julia. “More than’s good for us,” said Lilly. “Tell us what you are doing. You’ve got a permanent ab0fr job?”




asked Josephine. “Yes â€" at present.” “Ah! It’s more interesting for you than at Beldover. ” She had taken her seat. He looked down at n4jx2abfr ab0fr her dusky young



face. Her voice 0fr was always clear and measured. “It’s a change,” he said, smiling. “Oh, it must be more b0fr than that,” she ab0fr said. “Why, you must



hil a whole difference. it’s a whole new life.” He smiled, as if x2ab0fr he were laughing at her silently. She flushed. “But isn’t it?” she persisted.




“Yes. It can be,” he replied. He looked as if he were quietly b0fr amused, x2ab0fr but dissociated. None of the people 2ab0fr ab0fr in the box were 2ab0fr quite real to him. He was not really amused. Julia



found him dull, 2ab0fr stupid. Tanny also was offended that he could not perceive her . 0fr The men remained practically silent. “You’re a chap I always hoped would turn up again, ” said


Jim. “Oh, yes!” replied Aaron, smiling as if amused. “But perhaps he doesn’t like us! Perhaps he’s not glad that we turned up,” said Julia, 2ab0fr





leaving her sting. 2ab0fr The flautist turned and looked at her. “You can’t REMEMBER us, can you?” she asked. “Yes,” he said. “I can remember you.”




“Oh, ” she n4jx2abfr laughed. “You are unflattering. ” He was annoyed. He did not know what she was getting at. “How are your wife and children?” she asked spitefully.



“All 2ab0fr right, I think.” “But you’ve been back to them?” cried Josephine in n4jx2abfr dismay. He looked at her, a slow, half smiling look, but did not





speak. “Come and have a drink. Damn the women, ” said Jim uncouthly, seizing Aaron by the arm and dragging him off. The party stayed to the end of the interminable opera. .





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