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THE CREATION OF A PERSON

the things one used to enjoy a whole five weeks ago. That lovely golden day we spent together-oh! I know it has been said before, but if only time could sometimes stand still just for a minute-But that line of thought is too pointless. Pull your socks up Pam & dont be a silly little fool.
Your letter made me feel slightly better-but I shall get horribly conceited if you go on saying things like that about me-they're utterly unlike ME, as I'm afraid you'll soon find out. Here I am for the weekend in this divine place with Mummy & Jane being too sweet & understanding the whole time, bored beyond words & panting for Monday so that I can get back to the old grindstone again. What an idiotic waste!
Bill darling, do let me know as soon as you get fixed & can make some more plans, & dont please let them send you off into the blue the horrible way they do nowadaysnow that we've found each other out of the whole world, I dont think I could bear it

All my love,
PAM.
It was followed by two sheets of plain paper, such as was used in Government offices for carbon copies; the letter was headed "Office, Wednesday, 21St," and the writing, which started reasonably good, suddenly degenerated into a scrawl as the letter was hastily brought to an end when the writer's boss was heard returning. It ran:

Office.
Wednesday, 21St.
The Bloodhound has left his kennel for half an hour so here I am scribbling nonsense to you again. Your letter came this morning just as I was dashing out-madly late as usual! You do write such heavenly ones. But what are

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