Anna comes to London. Why? While the front of his mind was busy warning her not to fall into the hopeless miseries of underpaid teaching, and explaining his idea that for women of initiative, quite as much as for men, the world of business had by far the best chances, the back chambers of his brain were busy with the problem of that “Why?” His first idea as a man of the world was to explain her unrest by a lover, some secret or forbidden or impossible lover. He was always doing his best to call her attention to the fact that he was a man of spirit and quality and experience, and she a young and beautiful woman, and that all sorts of constructions upon their relationship were possible, trusting her to go on from that to the idea that all sorts of relationships were possible. ‘Pig, miss?’ ‘The one who calls himself Valade, idiot,’ snapped Melusine impatiently. " "Well, I've a job open; but I don't want you to get the wrong idea of it. “The young women of Jane Austen’s time didn’t get into this sort of scrape! At least—one thinks so. You must think it over. Those I don’t mind, though, the games. ” “Right,” he answered. He—wanted to marry me.
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