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"I had no other work more than to drink palm-wine in my life." (Chapter 1, p. 191)

"When there was no palm-wine for me to drink I started to drink ordinary water which I was unable to taste before, but I did not satisfy with it as palm-wine." (Chapter 1, p. 193)

"This old man was not really a man, he was a god and he was eating with his wife when I reached there . . . I myself was a god and juju-man." (Chapter 1, p. 194)

"By and by, this lady followed the Skull to his house, and the house was a hole in the ground." (Chapter 5, p. 205)

"So, I saved the lady from the complete gentleman in the market who afterwards reduced to a "Skull" and the lady became my wife since that day. This is how I got a wife." (Chapter 11, p. 213)

". . . his belly swelled out like a very large tube, because he...

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