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1  For a little way the glare of my fire lit the path.
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2  I determined to build a fire and encamp where we were.
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3  'Certainly,' said the Time Traveller, stooping to light a spill at the fire.
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4  Lightning may blast and blacken, but it rarely gives rise to widespread fire.
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5  Now, the smoke of the fire beat over towards me, and it must have made me heavy of a sudden.
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6  Very soon I had a choking smoky fire of green wood and dry sticks, and could economize my camphor.
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7  The Medical Man was standing before the fire with a sheet of paper in one hand and his watch in the other.
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8  It seemed to me that the best thing we could do would be to pass the night in the open, protected by a fire.
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9  My plan was to go as far as possible that night, and then, building a fire, to sleep in the protection of its glare.
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10  I sat in a low arm-chair nearest the fire, and I drew this forward so as to be almost between the Time Traveller and the fireplace.
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11  I called to mind that it was already far advanced in the afternoon, and that I had still no weapon, no refuge, and no means of making a fire.
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12  He took one of the small octagonal tables that were scattered about the room, and set it in front of the fire, with two legs on the hearthrug.
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13  The fire burned brightly, and the soft radiance of the incandescent lights in the lilies of silver caught the bubbles that flashed and passed in our glasses.
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14  Then, as my vigil wore on, came a faintness in the eastward sky, like the reflection of some colourless fire, and the old moon rose, thin and peaked and white.
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15  In the next place, I hoped to procure some means of fire, so that I should have the weapon of a torch at hand, for nothing, I knew, would be more efficient against these Morlocks.
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16  It had never occurred to me until that moment that there was any need to economize them, and I had wasted almost half the box in astonishing the Upper-worlders, to whom fire was a novelty.
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17  Looking back presently, I could see, through the crowded stems, that from my heap of sticks the blaze had spread to some bushes adjacent, and a curved line of fire was creeping up the grass of the hill.
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