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still as a man carved out of one mighty chunk of ruddy-brown rock. You look twice at his back before you notice the rise and fall which indicates that he breathes.
Suddenly he moves. He doses the book. A grave suspicion has been whispered, that this book is a Bible: this is not the kind of accusation one shouts round the place, for fear of slander; but it has been whispered. It has black, shiny covers. Perhaps he promised his mother that he would read a page or two every day; in which case, of course, one may say that there are extenuating circumstances. Hodge raises his arms and yawns. Chest rises, belly flattens, things like ropes run taut under the bronzed skin of his throat. The Cockney called Barker says: "Blimey, it'd take a hell of a drop to 'ang that geezer." John Hodge is muscled like a Percheron stallion : his hands are hard and shiny like hoofs. A horse of a man; a work-horse; patient, powerful, docile, and simple.
This is the story of John Hodge :
He was born to a farm-labourer in Gloucestershire twenty-seven years ago. Fourteen years later he went to work on a farm. Week in, week out, for six hundred and seventy-six weeks, he worked stolidly. Then War came. John Hodge told the first lie of his life. He said he was a casual labourer, fearing that farming men might be reserved. The gentlemen gave him a railway warrant and four-and-six. He gave the four-and-six to his mother, who said nothing much, but privately wept. And he came here in a train.
Complete history of the main events of twenty-seven years in the life of a giant.

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