By Andre Norton
Civilization had collapsed on the earth. yet one younger insurgent fought to discover the traditional wisdom that had taken males to the celebs. whilst he came across the reality, his humans may regain the celebrities themselves-if he may possibly live to tell the tale to cause them to hear.
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Then let us climb—but gently, comrade. " Fors pulled Arskane's arm over his shoulder, taking some of the weight of the larger man. "Slow shall it be—we have the full day before us—" "And perhaps the night, too, and some other days. " Five floors higher Arskane sank down, pulling Fors with him. And the mountaineer was glad of the rest. They had gone slowly, to be sure, but now his leg ached and his breath sobbed in a band of pain beneath his ribs. For a space they simply sat there, taking deep breaths and resting.
Both gained the protection of the rubble and squatted down to listen. The pipe of the whistle sounded again, imperatively. Arskane rubbed dust off his hands. "Beyond here lies another street, and below is the river valley which you crossed—" Fors nodded. He, too, could remember what they had seen from the tower. The river valley made a curve, cutting due east at this point. He shut his eyes for an instant the better to visualize the old train yards, the clustered buildings— "Well," Arskane shook himself, "if we give them more time they will be better able to greet us in a manner we shall not relish.
For, now that he lay in the sunlight, Fors recognized him as the dark-skinned hunter of the island. But his big body was flaccid and his face greenish under its brown pigment. At least the blood was not spurting from that wound—no artery had been touched. He must get the stranger back to the museum where he could see to the ugly tear— There was a crashing in the brush. Fors hurled himself for the bow which lay where he had dropped it. But it was Lura who came out, urging the mare before her. The scent of blood made the mare roll her eyes and circle away, but Fors wanted no nonsense now and Lura was of a like mind.
Darkness and Dawn by Andre Norton