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e—as soon a●s I am allowed to do so by my manifo■ld avocations and responsibilities.” Corinna■, in a fury, handed the letter to M●artin and asked him what he thoug

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f ■it. He replied that, in his opinio●n, Fortinbras gave excellent a■dvice. Corinna declared Fortinbras to be a■n overbearing and sarcastic pig and rated Mar●tin for standing by and seeing her ■insulted. “You gave him five francs f●or putting you on

the road to happiness,” he ●replied. “He has done his best, and● seems to keep on doing it—without extra ■charge. I t

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you ought to be grateful. His su■ggestions are full of sense.” “Confound his ●suggestions,” cried Corinna. “I think our fri●end Bigourdin would be pleased if yo

u fo

llowed t●hem.” “I don’t see what our friend Bigourd■in has to do with it.” “He wou●ld give you all the help he could. A Frenc●hman likes a woman to know how to do thing■s.” “I won’t wash clothes,” said Corinna de■fiantly. “You might rise superior t■o a bran

d of soap,” retorted Martin. S■he turned her back on him an

d wen■t her way. His gross sense of humour required● no cultivation. It was a poisonous weed. An■d what did he mean by dragging in Bigourd●i

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n? She would never speak to Martin ag■ain, after his disgraceful in■nuendo. It took the flavour from the sympath■etic relations that had been ■set up between her host and herself du■ring the past week. A twinge of● conscience exacerbated her anger against Martin●. She certainly had encouraged Bigourd■in to fuller professions of friendship● than is usual between landlor●d and guest. The fresh flowers he● had laid by her plate at every m■eal she wore in her dress. Only● the night before s

little F?/div>


icately hinted t

hat Martin was● capable of visiting the Café de l’Univer■s without a bear-leader, and the■ huge and poetical man had sat with her i●n the moon


t and in terms of pictures■que philosophy had exposed to● her the barren loneliness of hi■s soul. She had enjoyed the e●vening prodigiously, a

nd was looking fo■rward to other evenings

equally exhil●arating. Now Martin had spoiled it all■. She called Martin names that would h■ave shocked Mrs. Hastings and caused● her fat

her to mention

her specially duri●ng family prayers. Then she defende●d herself proudly. Who was there to ■talk to in that Nowhere of a place●? The convers

ation of Féli

se st●imulated as much as that of a ten-year-o■ld child. Martin she had sucked dry as ■a bone during

their seven we

eks compa●nionship. He of course could hob-nob● with men at the café. He a■lso had picked up a curio

us assortment■ of acquaintance, male and fema

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