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Early morning. He went out onto the moist grass, threw a colored stone,
and walked after it into a woodland, using a stick to beat nettles and
brambles aside. The baleful plants grew tall and tried to fall back on
him; he slashed them aside the more savagely. His path curved among the
trees. Its shape pleased him. The path curved, was out of sight of the
camp, and now out of sound. He became scared and turned back. That was
enough for the day. The road followed his path.