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PART I - CHAPTER VII

and self-coming heat, these are called. And how amazed was I at his stories of machines on the sea and of others flying in the air and floating under the water and many like marvels!
" You are sure it is not magic?" I asked fearfully. "The old books tell of miracles of fire and earth and water but they are always the magic tricks of creatures partly faerie."
" No, of course it is not magic," he replied. "It is all quite simple when you understand how it is done. It is science."
That science again 1 It made me think of my brother. For the sake of that science he is still in these foreign countries, eating their food and drinking their water to which his body is not accustomed by birth. I became very curious to see this science and know what it looks like. But when I said this my husband laughed a great deal.
" What a child you are!" he cried, teasing me. "It is not a thing you can handle or touch or take in your hands to examine like a toy."
Then seeing that I perceived nothing of what he meant, he went to the bookcase and brought forth some books with pictures upon the pages, and he began to explain to me many things.
Thereafter, every evening he taught me concerning

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