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1  "This is Endeavour Island," I said.
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2  No wonder we called it Endeavour Island.
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3  All Endeavour Island brightened under the sun.
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4  This brief description is all that Endeavour Island merits.
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5  There was no longer anything to detain us on Endeavour Island.
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6  But, though known to sailors, I invented it there on Endeavour Island.
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7  Altogether, we'll have our hands full if we find the island uninhabited.
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8  Yet we learned that we were not the first who had landed on Endeavour Island.
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9  Thus we landed on Endeavour Island, as we came to it, land-sick from long custom of the sea.
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10  And that it was grave, I instanced his statement that he intended to stay and die on Endeavour Island.
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11  It was a pleasant evening indeed, and we voted that as a social function on Endeavour Island it had not yet been eclipsed.
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12  It was only next day, when Wainwright Island loomed to windward, close abeam, that Wolf Larsen opened his mouth in prophecy.
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13  I had slept late, and I stepped outside with sudden energy, bent upon making up lost time as befitted a dweller on Endeavour Island.
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14  Maud laughed at my crestfallen expression, and I said, "As soon as the wind abates I intend going in the boat to explore the island."
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15  I did not wish Maud's spirits to be dampened by such a find, so I turned seaward again with our boat and skirted the north-eastern point of the island.
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16  There was no way of penetrating the island from our cove, for the walls rose perpendicularly from the beach, and, on either side of the cove, rose from the deep water.
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17  To be cast away on an island had not entered into my calculations, so we were without a kettle or cooking utensils of any sort; but I made shift with the tin used for bailing the boat, and later, as we consumed our supply of canned goods, we accumulated quite an imposing array of cooking vessels.
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