Bright feels the cool, damp rags on his face and knows he is being carried in someone’s arms. Suddenly he is convinced that he is about to be thrown into a grave and begins kicking and twisting in protest. A young woman tries to calm him, telling him everything is all right and that they are taking him to a more comfortable place. The arms continue to hold him close and Bright grows still.
He is carried up some stairs and through a doorway, and realizes he is being carried across a stone walkway. The rags slip aside and he sees the man who is carrying him; above them both is a...
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