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1  There was a breath of wind, and the lamp flame jumped.
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2  Thrice I saw Morlocks put their heads down in a kind of agony and rush into the flames.
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3  At one time the flames died down somewhat, and I feared the foul creatures would presently be able to see me.
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4  Decaying vegetation may occasionally smoulder with the heat of its fermentation, but this rarely results in flame.
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5  Once the flames crept forward so swiftly on my right as I ran that I was outflanked and had to strike off to the left.
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6  I don't know if you have ever thought what a rare thing flame must be in the absence of man and in a temperate climate.
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7  The hissing and crackling behind me, the explosive thud as each fresh tree burst into flame, left little time for reflection.
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8  The sun had already gone below the horizon and the west was flaming gold, touched with some horizontal bars of purple and crimson.
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9  Stepping out from behind my tree and looking back, I saw, through the black pillars of the nearer trees, the flames of the burning forest.
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