In his travels he comes to a bridge made entirely of bones.Before crossing he writes a letter to his mother: Dear mother,guess what? the ape accidentally bit off one of his hands whileeating a banana. Just now I am at the foot of a bone bridge. Ishall be crossing it shortly. I don't know if I shall find hills andvalleys made of flesh on the other side, or simply constantnight, villages of sleep. The ape is scolding me for not teachinghim better. I am letting him wear my pith helmet forconsolation. The bridge looks like one of those skeletalreconstructions of a huge dinosaur one sees in a museum. Theape is looking at the stump of his wrist and scolding me again.I offer him another banana and he gets very furious, as thoughI'd insulted him. Tomorrow we cross the bridge. I'll write toyou from the other side if I can; if not, look for a sign . . .
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