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passed his own body. Then, at the window, he added: "It is rather fun with these long-distance eyes of yours. Spectacles don't quite give all that:'
For a few minutes they walked about, each trying out his borrowed surface senses. Jones was quite amused to see what amazing detail he could now see on the dial of his watch. Then he scanned the back of the hairy Mather-hand that had risen up and held itself in front of these new, shortly keen eyes which were now his, as though that hand had obeyed him all his life.
Next, he turned to trying out the ears. They were certainly different-not any sharper, he thought, but more inclined to relish sound just for itself. He remembered that Mather, of course, played the piano. He wondered what it would be like to play? Would one really have to care for music? Or would the fingers simply run away of themselves, up and down the keyboard, as quickly and as mechanically as one of those old Pianolas?
His interior investigations were disturbed by hearing his former body speak. Mather was complaining in that voice which he, Jones, was still certain that Mather was putting on to make him hear how ridiculous he sounded. Mather, too, was quiggling, in a ridiculous way, his borrowed hands.
" Why, they're nearly paralyzed," he squeaked.
" Don't be insulting:"
" Well, don't make my voice sound so absurd. You've been doing that to insult me!" answered Mather.
So, Jones reflected, we sound equally ridiculous to each , other. This mollified him considerably and he replied sooth

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