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1  The horror of it drove me out on deck.
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2  I could hear the water rushing down upon the deck.
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3  And then, taking no further account of me, he turned his back and went up on deck.
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4  Precisely in the way that the door slid back, he slid aside, and I stepped out on deck.
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5  He had sprung fully six feet across the deck and driven his fist into the other's stomach.
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6  On either side the deck, against the rail and bottoms up, were lashed a number of small boats.
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7  Johansen," Wolf Larsen said briskly to the new mate, "keep all hands on deck now they're here.
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8  I was thrown flat on the wet deck, and before I could scramble to my feet I heard the scream of the women.
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9  When I had finished washing the dishes, I cleaned the cabin stove and carried the ashes up on deck to empty them.
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10  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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11  He lifted into the air, described a short curve, and struck the deck alongside the corpse on his head and shoulders, where he lay and writhed about in agony.
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12  The lee rail, where the dead man lay, was buried in the sea, and as the schooner lifted and righted the water swept across the deck wetting us above our shoe-tops.
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13  I spoke to the cook about it, when I went on deck to take up my duties in the galley, and though I had looked forward to a surly answer, I had not expected the belligerent harangue that I received.
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14  So fierce had this final struggle become that the sailor paused in the act of flinging more water over him and stared curiously, the canvas bucket partly tilted and dripping its contents to the deck.
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15  In fact, I remember the placid exaltation with which I took up my position on the forward upper deck, directly beneath the pilot-house, and allowed the mystery of the fog to lay hold of my imagination.
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16  He was firmly planted on his legs; his feet struck the deck squarely and with surety; every movement of a muscle, from the heave of the shoulders to the tightening of the lips about the cigar, was decisive, and seemed to come out of a strength that was excessive and overwhelming.
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17  I had time to notice that the pockets of the dead man had been emptied on the deck, and that his body and his grin had been wrapped from view in canvas, the folds of which the sailor, Johansen, was sewing together with coarse white twine, shoving the needle through with a leather contrivance fitted on the palm of his hand.
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