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PART I - CHAPTER VIII

were like pebbles washed by the sea, and his nose rose up a very mountain in the middle of his face. Oh, he was a frightful creature to behold-more hideous than the God of the North in the temple entrance!
My husband is brave. He did not seem at all disturbed by the sight of this man; he held out his hand, and the foreigner grasped it and moved it up and down. My husband was not surprised by this, and turning to me, he introduced me. The foreigner smiled his enormous smile and made as if to take my hand also. But I looked at his outstretched one. It was large and bony, and upon it were long red hairs and black spots. My flesh shrank. I could not touch it. I placed my hands in my sleeves and bowed. He smiled still more widely then, and invited us to enter.
We went into a small hall like our own and then into a room. Beside the window sat a person whom I discerned at once to be a female foreigner. At least, she wore a long cotton gown instead of trousers and had a flat string about her middle. Her hair was not as ugly as her husband's, for it was smooth and straight, although of an unfortunate yellow colour. She also had a very high nose, although it was not curved like her husband's, and large hands with short square nails. I looked

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