- May 2008
It was, he found, much more difficult to proclaim himself than he had supposed, and in the meantime, while he meditated his coup d'etat, he did what he was told and learnt the manners and customs of the Country of the Blind. He found working and going about at night a particularly irksome thing, and he decided that that should be the first thing he would change.
Short Story Intermission -
H.G. Wells, The Country of the Blind, 1904.
Text available at: http://www.readprint.com/work-1482/The-Country-of-the-Blind-H-G-Wells
Open for discussion on Sunday, 18 April, 2010.