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Edgar Rice Burroughs'
A Princess of Mars
James Killian Spratt
Child-Raising On Mars
made from vegetable milk, identical to almost
every meal before and after, then --
where the tribe was
loading into big chariots
pulled by huge mastodonian beasts
preparing to go to the incubator
for the baby Tharks . . .
. . . and we proceeded to depart the city . . .
Across the plateau, and down onto the mossy dead sea bottoms
with military precision around the four sides of the incubator, now alive with hatchling Tharks . . .
The women and youths formed
a double line, flanking the spot where the warriors
The hundred-odd selected eggs
had been incubating for five years.
The little Martians were
permitted to run the length of the aisle, where they were captured one
at a time
As our Martian knowledge was about equal, she decided to train us together.
He learned quickly, and we had considerable amusement in a keen rivalry;
the universal Martian language is very simple, and in a week
I could make most of my wants known and grasp what was said. . .
was that while I could catch telepathic messages easily,
no one could read a jot from my mind.
At first this vexed me, but later I was glad of it.
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