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CHAPTER XXVIII - THE PLANS AGAIN

with his livid scar mostly hidden by the dark shade, yet so horribly suggestive of the terrible wound beneath. Recently, it was noticed, he had become more tractable. At first he had seemed inconsolablealways thirsting for blood. But now it appeared that his all-night wanderings (sometimes he would not be seen for days at a stretch) were having a soothing effect on his brain. He had even picked up a little English. Poor devil ! If he had ever wondered why they kept him there at all-and discovered the answer -it would have made him think twice before staying one instant longer. But no ! It suited the Master's purpose to keep him as he was-he would want him later. In the meantime the order of things was to keep him happy and not interfere with him.
As he sat there in the dark, waiting for the sound of the footfall which would announce the visitor, the poor fellow seemed hardly human. (The Master had means of keeping an eye on him when he thought he was unobserved.) Several times he would lift the devilish trap and listen to the rushing stream below. He seemed to be fascinated by the music it made on its way to the river such a short distance away. Indeed, he could hear the lap-lap of the water in the near distance as it gently caressed the sides of the quay. At other times he would sit back on his heels on the hard floor and watch the rats as they gambolled about. They seemed to have no fear of him -not that they would have much fear of anyone, great big brutes with red eyes as they were ! He would let them run over his knees and up to his shoulder. They even nibbled at his hair-it made good lining for their nests ! When they got too familiar he just knocked them off, and they accepted his rebuke.
At last there came an unusual sort of whistle in the distance. A long, low, weird trembling whistle, which

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