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with brown forearms and necks which make their torsos look like cotton vests ... sedentary men, run to skin and bone ... miners, with great backs and arms ... a timber-feller, with wrestler's shoulders grafted on to the body of a clerk .., a steel-worker, like a mummified Camera ... men who push things and have loins like Samson ... men who pull things, and have deltoids like half-moons and hams for forearms....
Barker says: "Hallo, Tarzan : if I'ad me barrer ahtside I'd go an' get yer a banana."
The man he calls Tarzan smiles a slow, white smile. He is a tall, strong Cornishman called Penrowe; Barker's nickname will stick to him, for he has a hairy chest. Barker, looking at him for the first time, said : "Look-a Five." A Five is a Five-to-Two, or Jew. Penrowe has something vaguely Semitic about hima swarthy skin, white teeth, glittering eyes of a hard hot brown, and a big hooked nose. Yet he, and his father, and his father's father, lived in the West of England all their lives, and no Penrowe ever was anything but a good Englishman. A Penrowe was among the first of the Englishmen who looked through a warm dawn and saw the New World loom on the western horizon. Sir Francis-they called him Franky -Drake knew the Penrowes. A Penrowe went out with Grenville off Flores, in I59 I. A Penrowe terrified his fellow villagers by smoking one of the first pipes of Elizabethan Cut Plug; and a Penrowe got a Spanish ball in his head when the Great Fleet Invincible, the hundred and twenty-nine ships of the Armada, sailed against the eighty ships of England. Eighty ships, and

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