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They look, fixedly, all three. They are very moved closer. Mary thinks that if she move the first one, it would be a signe of weakness. Peter does not move, he makes as her sister but he's more frightened.
We change point of view to see the scene from the point of view of the Aborigine. He's very intrigued by Peter's clothes. The Aborigine thinks that both the two children aren't civilized because they wear the clothes.
Those are shorts, darkie. Short pants. You oughta have'em too. To cover your bottom up. Haven't you any shops round here?
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