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We saw Masson swim back to the beach and slump down on the sand under the
sun. In the distance he looked enormous, like a stranded whale. Then Marie
proposed that we should swim tandem. She went ahead and I put my arms round
Masson, Raymond, and I discussed a plan of spending the whole of August on
the beach together, sharing expenses. Suddenly Marie exclaimed: "I say! Do you
know the time? It's only half -past eleven!" We were all surprised at that, and ...
After a moment I returned to the beach, and started walking. There was the same
red glare as far as eye could reach, and small waves were lapping the hot sand
in. little, flurried gasps. As I slowly walked toward the boulders at the end of the ...
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