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Already somic or themselves he everywhere, but among friends, them mixed socially, not cv(~rywhcre, friends. Some of the ladies were strikingly beautiful. They 'I'h(~y went shopping anywhere, though white customers might be served first. They had built themselves themselves nice houses hou${',s with pleasant gardens. They swam from the beautiful Cape tile beautiful pleasant both(~l'ed unless there happened happened to be beaches, and nobody bothered from very strict about, probably someone someone abollt, probably fmnl the north.

He Ile carne came to an Oxford of winter days with snow and bare or bm'e trees, or slush and puddles, but by the end of the Lent (crm term the blackthorn blackthorn would be in blossom again. And always, always, clay sticky and I1meky mucky with the ground was damp, Oxford day sploshing back for milking, and lhe the two riwrs, rivers, CherCher cows splashing well and Thames, breathing out mists and Jeaf leaf smells. He would have gone with friends to drink beer with the leaf-flecked locals at the country pubs, watching the green, leaf-flecked or, in the long northcm heariing the northern dusk, heariflg river slide by, at', nightingales.

LIIitiollS positions 1934 there therc had bcen Britain. Mosley had brought the Britillh British r,'lUiCwt IFawait in Great Dritain. not niot been ~ll 43 4·3 A Life tor for Africa known for fol' long enough in England. , as 01 us did about then. 'e important. Agaill. 1933, Dram student confetenccs B(waria and Brain went off to student conferences in Bavaria Switzerland. nt Switzerland. , development was yet tak of all. Yet there but it must have been in the minds and talk therc were other interests.

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