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Yes. ” “I’ve tried it so long. ” “I hate the red-faced swine,” Macomber said. ” “Oh, shut up,” Macomber almost shouted. Just then the car came up and stopped in front of the dining tent and the driver and the two gun-bearers got out. Wilson walked over and looked at the husband and wife sitting there at the table. ” he asked. “Yes,” said Macomber, standing up. ” “Better bring a woolly. It will be cool in the car,” Wilson said. “I’ll get my leather jacket,” Margot said. “The boy has it,” Wilson told her.
Then it’s going to be just like the lion,” said Margot, full of anticipation. “It’s not going to be a damned bit like the lion,” Wilson told her. ” “Thanks, yes,” Macomber said. He expected the feeling he had had about the lion to come back but it did not. For the first time in his life he really felt wholly without fear. Instead of fear he had a feeling of definite elation. “We’ll go and have a look at the second bull,” Wilson said. ” asked Margaret Macomber. “Take a look at the buff,” Wilson said.
Not much choice,” said Wilson. “We can’t bring the car over. Bank’s too steep. ” Macomber asked. ” Wilson looked at him appraisingly. “Of course we can,” he said. “But it’s just a touch murderous. You see we know the lion’s wounded. You can drive an unwounded lion—he’ll move on ahead of a noise—but a wounded lion’s going to charge. You can’t see him until you’re right on him. He’ll make himself perfectly flat in cover you wouldn’t think would hide a hare. You can’t very well send boys in there to that sort of a show.
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