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1  His prejudice against human flesh is no deep-seated instinct.
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2  It seemed to me that I had happened upon humanity upon the wane.
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3  One triumph of a united humanity over Nature had followed another.
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4  At last I saw again the dim shadows of houses, the evidences of decadent humanity.
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5  Clearly, at some time in the Long-Ago of human decay the Morlocks' food had run short.
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6  Then the thought of the absolute security in which humanity appeared to be living came to my mind.
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7  It was not for some time that I could succeed in persuading myself that the thing I had seen was human.
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8  After all, they were less human and more remote than our cannibal ancestors of three or four thousand years ago.
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9  In the end, wisely and carefully we shall readjust the balance of animal and vegetable life to suit our human needs.
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10  I came out of this age of ours, this ripe prime of the human race, when Fear does not paralyse and mystery has lost its terrors.
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11  I felt assured now of what it was, and from the bottom of my heart I pitied this last feeble rill from the great flood of humanity.
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12  I must confess that my satisfaction with my first theories of an automatic civilization and a decadent humanity did not long endure.
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13  Then I tried to preserve myself from the horror that was coming upon me, by regarding it as a rigorous punishment of human selfishness.
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14  When I saw them I ceased abruptly to trouble about the Morlocks, and was only concerned in banishing these signs of the human inheritance from Weena's eyes.
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15  The science of our time has attacked but a little department of the field of human disease, but even so, it spreads its operations very steadily and persistently.
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16  All the old constellations had gone from the sky, however: that slow movement which is imperceptible in a hundred human lifetimes, had long since rearranged them in unfamiliar groupings.
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17  However great their intellectual degradation, the Eloi had kept too much of the human form not to claim my sympathy, and to make me perforce a sharer in their degradation and their Fear.
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