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But, even as they thought of bedding with the reed-cutter's daughter, some innate
sense of wrongness would overcome them. It was not that she was undesirable. It
was not that she was anything but filled to the brim with the promises and ...
Daughter. Dunizel stood in a little temple on the north side of wintry Bhelsheved.
She had not heard the shouting, or, if she had, had heard it in a psychic manner.
She sensed the breath of human intention hot on her heels. She was not afraid.
Neither mother nor daughter was properly human. What they thought, or the bond
between them, is not easy to decipher. It appears that Dunizel, in her
determination not to abandon, displayed a fundamental maternal reaction. The
child, by ...
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