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"The turtle moves" (pg. 16.)

"There's very good eating on one of these, you know" (pg. 34.)

"Gods don't like people not doing much work. People who aren't busy all the time might start to think" (pg. 76.)

"But of course we are not prey to such superstitions" (pg. 102.)

"Vorbis would have been better. Be rational. A man like that could do anything!" (pg. 106.)

"I imagine that fish have no word for water" pg. 160.)

"They were sure all right. They were sure it wasn't them in the pit" (pg. 172.)

"'Look at us, stuck in the past. Held back by a repressive monotheism. Shunned by our neighbors. What good has our God been to us? Gods? Hah" (pg. 207.)

"but why is it that the heathens and the barbarians seem to have the best place to go when they die?" (pg. 225.)

"In a hundred years' time, he'll be dead anyway. We'll all be...

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