претендующий на тонкий вкус; с претензией на художественность;
- "Wrap up a sausage and send it to him for proof," Arty called as the door swung to behind him.
- As soon as it was bright enough, he took out notepaper and wrote two letters - one to Arty and one to Lily.
- He threw his dressing gown casually on the chair and - with never a glance at Arty - jumped between the sheets, picked up the newspaper from the floor beside the bed, opened it out and peered over the top, his ears tuned to the conversation.
- "It's like a time bomb you carry round with you," Arty said, "and the alarm mightn't go off for twenty-five years."
- Arty pointed his finger to hi s open mouth.
- "Piss is supposed to be good for warts," Arty said.
- Arty said.
- "Well, Arty.
- "That's what I'm trying to tell you," Arty said, with a touch of desperation in his voice.
- Arty's melancholy had deepened.
- Arty flung it across to him.
- The more arty and airy-fairy his pupils, the bluffer and beerier and louder he became.
- "We all moved back into the drawing-room for coffee," said Henry, "and I performed my arty trick with the cream and the back of a spoon."