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"How is it possible to bring order out of memory?"

Book 1, Chapter 1, Message from Nungwe, p. 3

"Moreover, it seemed that the printers of the African maps had a slightly malicious habit of including, in large letters, the names of town, junctions, and villages which, while most of them did exist in fact, as a group of thatched huts may exist or a water hole, they were usually so inconsequential as completely to escape discovery from the cockpit."

Book 1, Chapter 3, The Stamp of Wilderness, p. 32

"Why I ran at all or with what purpose in mind is beyond my answering, but when I had no specific destination I always ran as fast as I could in the hope of finding one--and I always found one." Book 2, Chapter 5, He was a Good Lion, p. 57

"I drove the blunt end of my spear into the ground and stood beside it, waiting...

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