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to him, and he placed his hand on his breast at every salutation.
" `What you have seen,' he remarked, looking sideways and down at me as we went along, `is but a corner of our small but rich heritage.' We had left the village behind and, instead of taking the way toward the bathing canyon, we skirted the precipices concealing it. `This,' he began again, `is perhaps the best time of year to see the whole place. I should explain to you why: That queer childish hymn came into my mind, `There is no night in Heaven.' I asked, `Is it never dark here?'
" `Hardly ever,' he replied, `though the volume of light alters considerably.'
" `Do you never see the clear sky?'
" `Very seldom, and then not so clearly as you can on a fine night or day, outside:
" `That's rather a disadvantage,' I rejoined unreflectively.
" `On the contrary,' he took me up. `Except for that we should be incapable of living here. But, for a moment, look at the view.'
" He had strolled up to where a long slope now touched the foot of a remarkable precipice. As we turned around, with our backs to it, the view that met us was, I have no doubt, quite the finest I have ever seen, or ever shall see. Nowhere in the rest of the world, I believe, could there be such an arresting landscape. It wasn't large but it was quite large enough. The sky had lifted a bit, and the lighting was more settled, less pulsing, and of a more uniform tone. It was quite clear that one was looking at a huge crater, a crater as big as the one near the great African lakes or the full.

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