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words for some thought he wanted to express in English. So you can imagine what happened. We built up a sort of pidgin-or, I should say, Penguin-English, `Basic English' for birds. I'm sure if I could remember some of his clever phrases and coined words, you'd see how apt they were.
" One of the first things he explained to me-really as a kind of exercise for himself, to see if he could talk freely about subjects that needed a lot of rare words and abstract termswas why they had given me these grand baths. Of course,. I'd seen that his bird-people didn't wash, didn't need to. They had a wonderful preening drill, and, after that, their plumage was as glossy as if it had been varnished. `Your bath,' he explained, `was something in the nature of an experiment. We felt-for reasons which I will explain more fully when you possess more facts and I more words-that you might be incommoded by this peculiar climate unless we could do something to give you a kind of cover which you lacked, something to take the place of our plumage. We had, of course, known for some time that these radioactive springs, in which we wanted you to bathe, did have a remarkably beneficial effect on the skin of thinly coated non-birds. We find that they enable the skin to tolerate-and even benefit from-the ultraviolet light of this sky. Indeed, if I may say so, you have already benefited from the treatment'
" He was right. My skin had been in pretty poor shape after our hardships, and, with a sudden rush or flush, if I may so say, had taken on a new kind of smooth suppleness. Indeed, I believe I've never quite lost the good effects of that treatment. All the time I was there I felt extraordinarily well; blood and skin seemed to glow. Later I understood how

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