1 That winter Michaelis came for a few days.
2 Michaelis knew at once he had made an impression on her.
3 Michaelis was the last word in what was caddish and bounderish.
4 Now she and Michaelis sit on opposite sides of the fire and talked.
5 Yet the unscrupulousness of Michaelis had a certain fascination for her.
6 Michaelis was flattered by being asked up to Lady Chatterley's own parlour.
7 Michaelis arrived duly, in a very neat car, with a chauffeur and a manservant.
8 After coffee Michaelis, restless and ill-sitting soul, wondered what he should do.
9 In the end Michaelis did him most nobly in a play, and Clifford was a sort of popular hero.
10 Poor Michaelis had been much kicked, so that he had a slightly tail-between-the-legs look even now.
11 That indestructible, inward effrontery in the meagre fellow was what made men so down on Michaelis.
12 Michaelis obviously wasn't an Englishman, in spite of all the tailors, hatters, barbers, booters of the very best quarter of London.
13 Michaelis talked frankly about himself, quite frankly, without affectation, simply revealing his bitter, indifferent, stray-dog's soul, then showing a gleam of revengeful pride in his success.
14 Nevertheless Michaelis had his apartment in Mayfair, and walked down Bond Street the image of a gentleman, for you cannot get even the best tailors to cut their low-down customers, when the customers pay.
15 Michaelis had the ear of a few million people, probably; and, being a hopeless outsider, he would no doubt be grateful to be asked down to Wragby at this juncture, when the rest of the smart world was cutting him.
16 As for Michaelis, he was perfect; exactly the same melancholic, attentive, aloof young fellow of the previous evening, millions of degrees remote from his hosts, but laconically playing up to them to the required amount, and never coming forth to them for a moment.
17 The bitch-goddess, as she is called, of Success, roamed, snarling and protective, round the half-humble, half-defiant Michaelis' heels, and intimidated Clifford completely: for he wanted to prostitute himself to the bitch-goddess, Success also, if only she would have him.
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