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1  "But let that go," Wolf Larsen continued.
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2  The cap'n is Wolf Larsen, or so men call him.
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3  Wolf Larsen made the same demand of the sailors.
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4  Wolf Larsen dropped my hand with a flirt of disdain.
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5  Wolf Larsen ceased swearing as suddenly as he had begun.
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6  This time Wolf Larsen's command was thrillingly imperative.
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7  Then came another stirring of Wolf Larsen's tremendous strength.
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8  But Wolf Larsen ignored that worthy, turning at once to the cabin-boy.
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9  And thus it was that I passed into a state of involuntary servitude to Wolf Larsen.
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10  Strange to say, and I noted it at once, Wolf Larsen's features showed no such evil stamp.
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11  The captain, or Wolf Larsen, as men called him, ceased pacing and gazed down at the dying man.
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12  Johansen," Wolf Larsen said briskly to the new mate, "keep all hands on deck now they're here.
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13  From time to time they stole glances at Wolf Larsen, and I could see that they were apprehensive of the man.
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14  As it passed, Wolf Larsen began to speak, the bare-headed men swaying in unison, to the heave and lunge of the deck.
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15  As I say, while I appreciated the power of the terrific denunciation that swept out of Wolf Larsen's mouth, I was inexpressibly shocked.
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16  The cause of it all, as near as I could make out, was that the man, who was mate, had gone on a debauch before leaving San Francisco, and then had the poor taste to die at the beginning of the voyage and leave Wolf Larsen short-handed.
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17  Wolf Larsen did not laugh, though his grey eyes lighted with a slight glint of amusement; and in that moment, having stepped forward quite close to him, I received my first impression of the man himself, of the man as apart from his body, and from the torrent of blasphemy I had heard him spew forth.
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