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: My father says there is only one perfect view, and that's the view of the sky over our heads. Cecil Vyse
: I expect your father has been reading Dante.
: You must forgive me if I say stupid things. My brain has gone to pieces.
: So you *do* love me, little thing.
: I have no profession. My attitude - quite an indefensible one - is that as long as I am no trouble to anyone, I have the right to do as I like. It is, I dare say, an example of my decadence.
Sir Harry Otway
: The train service has improved so! Cecil Vyse
: I always travel by balloon.
: You don't love me, evidently. I dare say you're right not to, but... it would help a little, hurt a little less, if I knew why. Lucy Honeychurch
: Because you're the sort who can't know anyone intimately, least of all a woman.
[Cecil looks taken aback and hurt
] Lucy Honeychurch
: Well, I don't mean exactly that, but you will go on asking questions!
: Temper, Lucy. Temper, please!
: What is it about Italy that makes lady novelists reach such summits of absurdity?