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Sunday, March 26, 2017


Chibueze Ogbonna     6:00 PM     No comments

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episode  17

     "Got into the garden?" repeated Brown reflectively. "No, not entirely."
     "Hang it all," cried Simon, "a man gets into a garden, or he doesn't."

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     "Not necessarily," said the priest, with a faint smile. "What is the nest question, doctor?"
     "I fancy you're ill," exclaimed Dr. Simon sharply; "but I'll ask the next question if you like. How did Brayne get out of the garden?"
     "He didn't get out of the garden," said the priest, still looking out of the window.
     "Didn't get out of the garden?" exploded Simon.
     "Not completely," said Father Brown.
     Simon shook his fists in a frenzy of French logic. "A man gets out of a garden, or he doesn't," he cried.
     "Not always," said Father Brown.
     Dr. Simon sprang to his feet impatiently. "I have no time to spare on such senseless talk," he cried angrily. "If you can't understand a man being on one side of a wall or the other, I won't trouble you further."
     "Doctor," said the cleric very gently, "we have always got on very pleasantly together. If only for the sake of old friendship, stop and tell me your fifth question."
     The impatient Simon sank into a chair by the door and said briefly: "The head and shoulders were cut about in a queer way. It seemed to be done after death."
     "Yes," said the motionless priest, "it was done so as to make you assume exactly the one simple falsehood that you did assume. It was done to make you take for granted that the head belonged to the body."
     The borderland of the brain, where all the monsters are made, moved horribly in the Gaelic O'Brien. He felt the chaotic presence of all the horse-men and fish-women that man's unnatural fancy has begotten. A voice older than his first fathers seemed saying in his ear: "Keep out of the monstrous garden where grows the tree with double fruit. Avoid the evil garden where died the man with two heads." Yet, while these shameful symbolic shapes passed across the ancient mirror of his Irish soul, his Frenchified intellect was quite alert, and was watching the odd priest as closely and incredulously as all the rest.

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