Y outside it, Brenton?" "Oh, she's not outside it, in a sense. Before
the boy came, she was in all the guilds and parish teas and that.
Really," Brenton spoke with a blind optimism; "she was very popular.
But, in the vital things one thinks and feels--Whittenden, I don't
imagine any woman ever really can share those things with us men. We are
created different. We can't go inside each other's shells." And in that
final utterance, it seemed to Whittenden, Scott Brenton voiced the