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Isabel watched her and saw she was counting the flowers; whereupon she said to herself that decidedly there were deeper forces at play than she had recognized. Pansy had seen Rosier turn away, but she said nothing to Isabel about him; she talked only of her partner, after he had made his bow and retired; of the music, the floor, the rare misfortune of having already torn her dress.

Isabel was sure, however, she had discovered her lover to have abstracted a flower; though this knowledge was not needed to account for the dutiful grace with which she responded to the appeal of her next partner. That perfect amenity under acute constraint was part of a larger system. She was again led forth by a flushed young man, this time carrying her bouquet; and she had not been absent many minutes when Isabel saw Lord Warburton advancing through the crowd.

He presently drew near and bade her good-evening; she had not seen him since the day before. He looked about him, and then "Where's the little maid?" he asked. It was in this manner that he had formed the harmless habit of alluding to Miss Osmond. "She's dancing," said Isabel.

"You'll see her somewhere. " He looked among the dancers and at last caught Pansy's eye. "She sees me, but she won't notice New Headway: Elementary : Student's Book A he then remarked.

"Are you not dancing?" "As you see, I'm a wall-flower. " "Won't you dance with me?" "Thank you; I'd rather you should dance with the little maid. New Headway: Elementary : Student's Book A "One needn't prevent the other-especially as she's engaged.

" "She's not engaged for everything, and you can reserve yourself. She dances very hard, and you'll be the fresher. " "She dances beautifully," said Lord Warburton, following her with his eyes.

"Ah, at last," he added, "she has given me a smile. " He stood there with his handsome, easy, important physiognomy; and as Isabel observed him it came over her, as it had done before, that it was strange a man of his mettle should take an interest in a little maid. It struck her as a great incongruity; neither Pansy's small fascinations, nor his own kindness, his good-nature, not even his need for amusement, which was extreme and constant, were sufficient to New Headway: Elementary : Student's Book A for it.

"I should like to dance with you," he went on in a moment, turning back to Isabel; "but I think I like even better to talk with you. " "Yes, it's better, and it's more worthy of your dignity. New Headway: Elementary : Student's Book A statesmen oughtn't to waltz.

" "Don't be cruel. Why did you recommend me then to dance with Miss Osmond?" "Ah, that's different. If you danced with her it would look simply like a piece of kindness-as if you were doing it for her amusement.

If you dance with me you'll look as if you were doing it for your own. " "And pray haven't I a right to amuse myself?" "No, not with the affairs of the British Empire on your hands. " "The British Empire be hanged.

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