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Cell 1 Quotes "..and now I thought I saw it all. The memory of his work on the transfusion of blood recurred to me. These creatures I had seen were the victims of some hideous experiment." (Wells 37). " I heard a step outside, and incontinently flung open the door and found Montgomery within a yard of it. He meant to lock the outer door! " (Wells 37). "Another minute, thought I, and he would have had me locked in, and as ready as a hospital rabbit for my fate." (Wells 37). Cell 2 Quotes "I ran furiously up the slope, over it, then turning eastward along a rocky valley fringed on either side with jungle I ran for perhaps a mile altogether, my chest straining, my heart beating in my ear..." (Wells 38). "The wild scene about me lay sleeping silently under the sun, and the only sound near me was the thin hum of some small gnats that had discovered me." (Wells 38). "So I lay still there, until I began to think of food and drink; and at that thought the real hopelessness of my position came home to me." (Wells 38).
Cell 3 Quotes "...so suddenly that it seemed to jump out of the green tracery about it, my eyes lit upon a black face watching me. I saw that it was the simian creature who had met the launch upon the beach." (Wells 39). "He seemed puzzled at something. His eyes came back to my hands." (Wells 39). "..afterwards I was to find that a great proportion of these Beast People had malformed hands, lacking sometimes even three digits. But guessing this was in some way a greeting, I did the same thing by way of reply. He grinned with immense satisfaction." (Wells 39). Cell 4 Quotes "At that he swung round, and set off at a quick walk. All his motions were curiously rapid. “Come along,” said he. (Wells 40). "The creature was little better than an idiot. I tried to make out what he meant by that, and it seems I bored him." (Wells 40). " My conductor stopped suddenly. “Home!” said he, and I stood in a floor of a chasm that was at first absolutely dark to me." (Wells 41).
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