Algernon Blackwood

The Wendigo

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    Défago did not jump at the plan, but his silence seemed to convey something more than ordinary disapprov
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    For all that, however, Punk had in him still the instincts of his dying race; his taciturn silence and his endurance survived; also his superstition
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    He had, however, one objection to Défago, and one only—which was, that the French Canadian sometimes exhibited what Hank described as "the output of a cursed and dismal mind," meaning apparently that he sometimes was true to type, Latin type, and suffered fits of a kind of silent moroseness when nothing could induce him to utter speech.

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