- 1first time that he had been surprised there he apologized
- 2why I said such a stupid thing. It's a complete lie. Iadd
- 3staysbeholden to dry, yeastless factuality, might try to
- 4ask you, is it the fig tree's fault that it's not the season
- 5she had come to believe, since otherwise he would have
- 6The spot was in fact no different from when I hadpassed
- 7And this Son appears only once, long ago, far away? Amongan
- 8sunlight. The cages were empty - save one: Mahisha, ourBengal
- 9up the steps, depositing her there with her back to the
- 10out - rosy-coloured, pot-bellied, crowned and smiling-
- 11smiled,stepped off his carpet and rolled it up with a flick
- 12motion. He crouched and lay still, his slowlymoving tail
- 13either a watch or a clock; and an old man who was supposed
- 14corner to look upon the scene. To the left of the door
- 15Theylooked like three-day-old nans. Who would eat these,
- 16The guinea pig rested in my arms tensely. It was a youngone.
- 17nearly pure Indian inhabitants. They were much surprised
- 18That a god should put up with adversity, I could understand.
- 19figured out. She was not injured; there were manyfascinated
- 20Are tigers dangerous?Yes, Father, tigers are dangerous.Tigers
- 21the ray of light from Max's lamp impinged upon the opening
- 22So pretty, aren't they? If the male feels he has to, he'llcharge
- 23the wild, that are perfectly adapted to their enclosuresand
- 24Lord Ganesha and one to Hanuman, gods likely to please
- 25the light upon them. They led upward. He mounted cautiously,
- 26who had to be appeased with blood. Dazed women staringup
- 27atMother. Gita, you've seen Piscine. He's at that age
- 28The horrormust be real. Why would God wish that upon Himself?
- 29at our arrival, and said one to the other, “This is the
- 30The goat started to jump. It jumped to amazing heights.
- 31dollop of yogurt after dollop of yogurt. Nothing doing.
- 32them. To his growling he now added explosive, arrestedwoofs.
- 33his fingers, right and left, and presently found slimy
- 34the Zurich Zoo in the winter of 1933. She was new tothe
- 35bells summoned us Christians to church. Not so. The bakerinterrupted
- 36figured out. She was not injured; there were manyfascinated
- 37Morison had been urging his suit once more that evening,
- 38staysbeholden to dry, yeastless factuality, might try to
- 39of Thums Up and four transparent plastic jars half-fullof
- 40have no consciousmemory of this first go-around in a temple,
- 41her arms, and laughed shrilly, insanely. Then she turned
- 42knelt a mortal; I rose an immortal. I felt like the centreof
- 43understand that the stories that came before it - and therewere
- 44The same is true of other circus animals and is also seen
- 45solid wall opened before her; it was another masked door.
- 46had to deal on occasion with stonethrowers, who found the
- 47of passage, Mothercarrying me, Auntie propelling her. I
- 48rainfall you could expect on your umbrella. And theyexpected
- 49designs to a successful conclusion. One party he moved
- 50andonly amused, to that of those to whom it did matter