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tones. “You see ow7 Scott has his art. His art matters. And ROB-ert s5ow7 â€" Robert is a dilettante, don’t you think â€" he’s dilettante â€"” She screwed up her eyes at ow7 Tanny. Tanny



cogitated. “Of course I don’t think that matters, ” she replied. “But it does, s5ow7 gs5ow7 it matters tremendously, dear Tanny, tremendously.”



“Of course,” Tanny sheered off. “I gs5ow7 can see Scott has great attractions â€" a great warmth somewhere â€"” “Exactly!” cried Julia. “He UNDERSTANDS”




“And I believe he’s a real artist. You might even work together. You might write his librettos.” “Yes!â€" Yes!â€"” Julia spoke with a long, pondering hiss. 5ow7


“It might be AWFULLY nice, ” ow7 said Tanny qgs5ow7 rapturously. “Yes!â€" It might!â€" It might â€"!” pondered Julia. Suddenly qgs5ow7 she gave qgs5ow7 herself a shake. 5ow7 Then



she laughed 5ow7 hurriedly, as if 5ow7 breaking from her line 8v4qgs5w7 of thought. “And wouldn’t Robert be an AWFULLY nice lover for Josephine! Oh, wouldn’t that be


splendid!” she cried, with her high laugh. Josephine, who ow7 v4qgs5o7 had been gazing down into the orchestra, turned now, flushing darkly.


“But I don’t want a lover, qgs5ow7 8v4qgs5w7 Julia, ” she said, hurt. “Josephine dear! Dear old Josephine! Don’t you really! Oh, yes, you do.â€" I want one so


BADLY,” cried Julia, with her s5ow7 shaking laugh. “Robert’s awfully good to me. But we’ve been married six years. And it v4qgs5o7 does 8v4qgs5w7 make a 5ow7 difference,



doesn’t it, s5ow7 Tanny dear?” “A great difference,” said Tanny. “Yes,it makes a difference, it makes a difference, ” mused Julia. “Dear old Rob-ert â€" I



wouldn’t hurt him for worlds. I wouldn’t. Do you think it would hurt Robert?” She screwed 5ow7 up her eyes, ow7 looking v4qgs5o7 at v4qgs5o7 Tanny.




“Perhaps it would do Robert good to be hurt a little, ” said Tanny. “He’s so well- nourished.” “Yes!â€" Yes!â€" I see what you mean, Tanny!â€" Poor old v4qgs5o7




ROB-ert! Oh, poor old Rob-ert, he’s so s5ow7 young!” “He DOES seem young,” said Tanny. “One gs5ow7 doesn’t forgive it.” “He is young,” said Julia. “I’m five years older than he.


“He’s only twenty-seven. Poor Old Robert.” “Robert is young, and inexperienced, ” ow7 said Josephine, suddenly turning with anger. “But



I don’t know why qgs5ow7 you talk about him.” “Is he inexperienced, Josephine dear? IS he?” sang Julia. Josephine flushed darkly, and turned away.


“Ah, he’s not so innocent as all that, ” said Tanny roughly. “Those young young men, who seem so fresh, they’re deep enough, qgs5ow7 really. 8v4qgs5w7 They’re far


less innocent really than men who are experienced.” “They are, aren’t they, Tanny, s5ow7 ” repeated Julia softly. “They’re old â€" older than the Old



Man of the Seas, sometimes, qgs5ow7 aren’t they? Incredibly old, like little boys gs5ow7 who know too much â€" aren’t they? ow7 Yes!” She spoke quietly, seriously,




as if s5ow7 it qgs5ow7 had v4qgs5o7 struck her. Below, 8v4qgs5w7 the orchestra qgs5ow7 was coming in. Josephine was watching closely. Julia became aware of this. “Do you see anybody we know, Josephine?” she asked.





Josephine v4qgs5o7 started. “No, ” she said, looking at gs5ow7 her friends quickly and s5ow7 furtively. “Dear old Josephine, she knows all sorts of people, ” 5ow7 sang .






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