Detering walks up and down cursing: "Like to know what harm they've done." He returns to it once again. His voice is agitated, it sounds almost dignified as he says: "I tell you it is the vilest baseness to use horses in war"
There is suddenly in our veins, in our hands, in our eyes a tense waiting , a heighting alertness pg54
At the sound of the first droning of shells, we rush back, in one part of our being, thousand years. By the animal instinct that is awakened in us, we are led and protected. Its is not conscious; it is far quicker, much more sure, less fallible, than consciousness. 56pg