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Claudia, I worship you he said recklessly. You must know it. Dont keep me at arms length any longer. You are driving me mad by your coldness. I cant paint, I cant sleep.... I can only think of you as you might be if you would let yourself love me.

Thats jolly decent of him, because he doesnt know me from Adam. She looked round her at the many vases crowded with flowers. But people have been nice[255] to me, havent they? It shows Im liked, doesnt it? It was such harmless vanity that Claudia smiled. Is your friend a great swell, Sir Somebody or other?

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Ah! thats what you thinkthe usual reply. For Geoffrey Iverson I have no particular dislikehe has been the cats-paw of a clever and unscrupulous woman. His family is a very good one. She would have spoilt[49] any man who had the misfortune to be married to her. Why, Sybil Iverson is notorious!

For Gilbert she had a pleasant feeling of proprietorshipmuch[48] the same as she felt for the wonderful famille rose-jar of the Kien-Lung period which she had herself unearthed in a visit to the East. Gilbert was an only child, and he had been little or no trouble. This was the first time he had disappointed her. When other mothers complained of their sons, of escapades at Eton and Oxford, or premature and undesirable love affairs, of monumental debts and lack of family pride, Lady Curreys lips always took on an added shade of complacency as she thought of Gilbert and the even and admirable tenour of his way. It was entirely becoming that Gilbert should be so satisfactory and in some way reflected well on herself, just as did the discovery of the famille rose-jar. Lady Currey liked everything around her to be comme il faut, not the elastic comme il faut of fashion, but rather the correctness of the copybook and the ten commandments. Curiously enough, engrossed in herself and her china, she had never until quite recently speculated, as do most mothers, on her sons probable choice of a wife. When she had thought of it, she had dismissed the idea with the assurance that Gilbert would choose wisely and soberly and to his advantage. It was not in her to feel any jealousy of the woman Gilbert should love.