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CEMSDSAC  September 2009

CEMSDSAC September 2009

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th Daylight,

From:

Heppell <[log in to unmask]>

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CEMS Dean's Student Advisory Council <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Wed, 2 Sep 2009 02:36:48 +0200

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Indicating the parlor from which came the boisterous voices of young
people, and through the open door of which he could see several college
youths. "So you will have to come into my rooms." She led the way
through the door opening out of the hall to the right, and, once inside,
he stood awkwardly rooted to the floor, gazing about him and at her and
all the time trying not to gaze. In his perturbation he failed to hear
and see her invitation to a seat. So these were her quarters. The
intimacy of it and her making no fuss about it was startling, but it was
no more than he would have expected of her. It was almost two rooms in
one, the one he was in evidently the sitting-room, and the one he could
see into, the bedroom. Beyond an oaken dressing-table, with an orderly
litter of combs and brushes and dainty feminine knickknacks, there was
no sign of its being used as a bedroom. The broad couch, with a cover of
old rose and banked high with cushions, he decided must be the bed, but
it was farthest from any experience of a civilized bed he had ever had.
Not that he saw much of detail in that awkward moment of standing. His
general impression was one of warmth and comfort and beauty. There were
no carpets, and on the hardwood floor he caught a glimpse of several
wolf and coyote skins. What captured and perceptibly held his eye for a
moment was a Crouched Venus that stood on a Steinway upright against a
background of

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