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"There are two ways of getting home; and one of them is to stay there. The other is to walk around the whole world till we come back to the same place . . ." (9)

"It is useless to begin by saying that everything was slow and smooth and a mere matter of development and degree. For in the pain matter like the pictures there is in fact not a trace of any such development or degree. Monks did not begin pictures and men finish them; Pithecanthropus did not draw a reindeer badly and Homo Sapiens draw it well. The higher animals did not draw better and better portraits; the dog did not pain better in his best period than in his early bad manner as a jackal; the wild horse was not an Impressionist and the race-horse a Post-Impressionist." (35)

"The trouble with the professor for the prehistoric is that he...

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