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By H. G. Wells

In A sleek Utopia, tourists fall right into a space-warp and unexpectedly locate themselves upon a Utopian Earth managed by means of a unmarried international Government.

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But the people who came to your house weren't there for tea-parties with your mother or bridge evenings with cigars . - They came together to make a revolution. That was ordinary, to you. That­ intention. It was ordinary. - She was 50 brought up short by her own use of the definition 'that house', distancing the private enclosures of her being. -Keep still. -You seem to think people go around talking. revolution as if they were deciding where to go for their s umm e r holidays . Or which new car to buy.

You don't have a corner on that. I don't know about my mother and father- I doubt it. Although Lionel was very attractive to women. You probably SI saw that at the trial- I think most good doctors are . . There were terrible rows and antagonisms between people . . She continued her list. - In the middle of the night, he began to speak. She lay and listened to the seething and sweeping of the bauhinia tree against the tin roof. -Isn't it ? A prescribed way to deal with the frail and wayward flesh that gets sick and wasted and drowns.

At parties her bared flesh was as sunburned as anyone's who had long summe r holidays at the sea ; she did go away from town for a week once or twice, and apparently with a Swedish journalist with whom (it was understood not even her close friends would ever expect information from Rosa herself) she was having a love affair. She took from her father's ex-recep­ tionist one of the kittens produced by the old black cat and set it up 36 with a sand-box in the bathroom of the fiat. It was noted that the Swede wore a gold ring, in the custom of married men from Europe.

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