She and Allan



She and Allan by H. Rider Haggard

"Yes, they had begun in my day and we will discuss them later. Still, I say--nearer to the ape than you or I, and therefore of interest, as the germ of things is always. Yet he has qualities, I think; cunning, and fidelity and love which in its round is all in all. Do you understand, Allan, that love is all in all?"

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