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ad actually● foregone a bridge-party to do so, though they ▓knew that instead of being uplifted t▓hey would be stupefied.I remember saying only t▓hat I was haunted by his face — the● horrifyingly sad gentle face of the ●last photograph; and when the solid ●burghers’ wives had dribbled do▓wn the stone

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staircase into t▓he wet streets where their lighted● cars awaited them, leaving the gaunt room e▓choing with their perfumes, I noticed ●that they had left behind th▓em one solitary student of the passions an▓d the arts.She sat in a thoughtful way ●at the back of the hall, her legs crossed in a ▓mannish attitude, puffing a cigarette.▓ She did not look at me but crudely● at the ground under her feet.I was flattered▓ to think that perhaps one person had ap●preciated my difficulties.I ga●thered up

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my damp brief case and▓ ancient mackintosh and made my way down to ▓where a thin penetrating drizzle swept the ●streets from the direction of the sea.I ●made for my lodgings where by now Melis▓sa would be awake, and would have set out ▓our evening meal on the newspaper▓-covered table, having first sent Ham●id out to the baker’s to fetch the roast

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