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Flirtation seen through blinds in houseboat. (Shadow pantomime)

[AB: In slowly proof-reading these notes, I'm occasionally adding a comment if I think it might be helpful. I'm assuming you may have read my book but not much more, so forgive me if I occasionally insult your intelligence.

[AB: Barrie's first theatrical success - "Walker, London" - is set on a houseboat. The female element in the subsequent flirtation when staged in 1892 was played by Barrie's future wife, Mary Ansell]