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"It is a thing I often say these days: "Hi ho." It is a kind of senile hiccup. I have lived too long." Chapter 1, p. 25.

"We were something new. We were neanderthaloids. We hd the features of adult, fossil human beings even in infancy — massive brow-ridges, sloping foreheads, and steamshovel jaws." Chapter 2, p. 30.

"They were innocent great apes, with limited means for doing mischief, which, in my opinion as an old, old man, is all that human beings were ever meant to be." Chapter 3, p. 39.

"And all the information we received about the planet we were on indicated that idiots were lovely things to be." Chapter 4, p. 44.

"We thought that ugliness was simply amusing to people in the outside world. We did not realize that we could actually nauseate strangers who came upon us unexpectedly." Chapter 7, p. 61.

"And indeed they were under a malediction. But Eliza and...

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