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I never knew anyone.obscurely he realised his personality. But at times it gave him odd surprises he did things, he knew not why, and afterwards when he thought of them found himself all at sea. There was a boy called Luard between whom and Philip a friendship had arisen, and one day, when they were playing together in the school room, Luard began to perform some trick with an ebony pen dortmund away holder of Philip s. Don t play the dortmund away giddy ox, said Philip. You ll only break it. I shan t. But no sooner were the words out of the boy s mouth than the pen holder snapped in two. Luard looked at Philip with dismay. Oh, I say, I m awfully sorry. The tears rolled dortmund away down Philip s cheeks, but he did not answer. I say, what s the matter said Luard, with surprise. I ll get you another one exactly the same. It s not about the pen holder I care, said Philip, in a trembling voice, only it was given me by my mater, just before she died. I say, I m awfully sorry, Carey. It doesn t matter. It wasn t your fault. Philip took the two pieces of the pen holder and looked at them. He tried to restrain his sobs. He felt utterly miserable. And yet he could not tell why, for he knew quite well that he had bought the pen holder during his last holidays at Blackstable for one and twopence. He did not know in the least what had made him invent that pathetic story, but he was quite as unhappy as though it ha. d been true. The pious atmosphere of the vicarage and the religious tone of the school had made Philip s conscience very sensitive he absorbed insensibly the feeling about him that the Tempter was ever on the watch to gain his immortal soul and though he was not more truthful than most boys he never told a lie without suffering from remorse. When he thought over this incident he was very much distressed, and made up his mind that he must go to Luard and tell him that the story was an invention. 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