Paul Colet awoke with the guilty feeling of a man who has overslept. For nearly an hour his subconscious mind had been suggesting that he ought to get up, while his conscious mind, heavy and resentful with sleep, had refused point blank to accept the suggestion. His conscious mind sometimes behaved like this, disturbing the careful and harmless plans and small rules with which he had fenced in his life as though it were a neat little vegetable garden....
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