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He had to leave England. They teach him the strictly enforced laws, which include not eating fish or flesh and not chasing other humans, and sing a song extolling the powers of an unnamed being, whom Prendick believes to be Moreau.

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Montgomery produced some cigars. I was distracted now by the yelping of a number of dogs.

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I answered him distractedly. We'll have a clean ship soon of the whole bilin' of 'em. They teach him the strictly enforced laws, which include not eating fish or flesh and not chasing other humans, and sing a song extolling the powers of an unnamed being, whom Prendick believes to be Moreau. My men can't stand him. The puma lay crouched together, watching us with shining eyes, a black heap in the corner of its cage. I tried to find some hope in what I remembered of them. I perceived pretty clearly that I had not the stamina either to resist what the captain chose to do to expel me, or to force myself upon Montgomery and his companion. He's an ugly brute, I admit. As time passes, Prendick becomes inured to the grotesqueness of the Beast Folk. Moreau reflects these themes, along with ideas of Darwinian evolution which were gaining popularity and controversy in the late s. It looked over its shoulder quickly with my movement, then looked away again. I let my eyes wander over this scene for a while, and then began to turn over in my mind again the strange peculiarities of Montgomery's man.

My only idea for the moment was to get away from these foul beings, and I scarcely noticed that I had emerged upon a faint pathway amidst the trees. I turned suddenly, and stared at the uncertain trees behind me.

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The coast fell away from me to the east, and westward it was hidden by the shoulder of the cape. The Leopard-Man is killed by Prendick to spare him further pain, much to the dismay of Dr.

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The Island of Doctor Moreau by H.G. Wells