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Lorenzo, with his cold worse, with a hard face, and with nervous jerks ofhis head in this and that direction, waved porters aside and suddenly walking between them and us, ejaculated with the now too familiar high pitch of a nervous seizure: 'We are not staying here, Frieda. ' He inquired the hour of the next train back. Frieda gave a sigh of relief when we learned that it was considerably later. She asked him what the matter was. ' he railed. 'Don't you feel it through your feet? It exudes from the platform.
It was just the presence of some of those other 'real friends' that was saddening to me in the prospect. But we had to enter into the spirit of the thing, and attend with goodwill this, the one and only formal gathering I have ever known Lawrence to initiate. Soon enough we knew who the others were to be-Koteliansky, Murry and Mark Gertler 5 for the men; Mary Cannan 6 and Dorothy Brett7 for the women. The round table was attractively laid and the room intimate. Lawrence made a charming host--easy, simple and warm.
This is an affair between men. ' 'Maybe,' said I. ' At this Murry again embraced Lawrence, who sat perfectly still and unresponsive, with a dead-white face in which the eyes alone were alive. 'I have betrayed you, old chap, I confess it,' continued Murry. 'In the past I have betrayed you. But never again. ' Throughout all this Frieda remained aloof and scornful--excluded. Her innings would be later. She reminded me of King David's wife looking down in derision from an upper window. One could not but admire her.
D. H. Lawrence: Interviews and Recollections, Volume 2 by Norman Page