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At last I said to Masson: "Shall we go in now?" and plunged. Masson walked in
gingerly and only began to swim when he was out of his depth. He swam hand
over hand and made slow headway, so I left him behind and caught up with
At first Raymond and Masson talked of things and people I didn't know. I gathered
that they'd been acquainted for some time and had even lived together for a while
. We went down to the water's edge and walked along it; now and then a ...
I said, "Right," and Masson put his hands in his pockets. The sand was as hot as
fire, and I could have sworn it was glowing red. The distance between us and the
Arabs was steadily decreasing. When we were only a few steps away the Arabs ...
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