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Brother of the forest, you have gladdened my heart. ” The ape turned and swung lithely up a tree. A stray sunbeam gleamed off the rifle slung at his back. Corinth sighed, yawned, and got up from his desk, shoving the papers away. He did not say anything aloud, but to his assistants, hunched over some testing apparatus, the meaning was clear: (To hell with it. I’m too tired to think straight any more. ) Johansson gestured with his hand, conveying as well as if he had spoken: (Think I’ll stay here for a while, chief.
That was wonderful, Pete. ” “Neither did I,” he said huskily. “Maybe you missed your calling. More money in revivals, I’m told. ” “Good night,” he said. She leaned forward, lips parted as if she were about to say something more. Then she clamped them shut, shook her head. The slamming of the door was loud and empty as she drove off. Corinth stood looking after the car till it was out of sight. Then he turned slowly and entered his building. CHAPTER EIGHT SUPPLIES WERE RUNNING LOW—food for himself, feed and salt for the animals left to him.
Someone began capering, goatlike, and the others joined him, and the mob snake-danced down the street. Corinth climbed to the ground, shaking uncontrollably. “Follow ‘em,” he gasped. ” Helga helped him inside and trailed the throng. Her headlights glared off their backs. Now and then she blew the horn to urge them on. There was a whirring high in heaven. Corinth’s breath whistled between his teeth. “Let’s go,” he mumbled. Helga nodded, made a U-turn, and shot back down the avenue. Behind them, the mob scattered as police helicopters sprayed them with tear gas.