(1) Niggle went, quite quietly. The Driver gave him no time to pack, saying that he
ought to have done that before, and they would miss the train; so all Niggle could do
was to grab a little bag in the hall. He found that it contained only a paint-box and a
small book of his own sketches: neither food nor clothes. They caught the train all right.
Niggle was feeling very tired and sleepy; he was hardly aware of what was going on
when they bundled him into his compartment. He di..