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The confrontation began to draw out, tension easing as the wolf turned its headmore often to avoid the eyesof the deer; both seemed ready to relax their guard when, unaccountably, the buck wheeled and charged off through the trees, and the wolf went after him. The rest of the herd bolted, scatteringin every direction, plunging through the undergrowth, offering easy targets at each twist and turn of their laboured flight. The wolf concentrated on the buck. This was the critical stageof the hunt: if it failed to get close in these first few seconds it would lose its only chance to attach for unsupportedit could never hope to run the buck down.

They were left in peace,the magicof the naebewasheld to havebeeneffectiveand for the time beingat leastthe episodewasforgotten. ChapterThree By late September of rgzo the same grey sullen mass of cloud that gathers morning and evening rvith monotonous regularityto lower over,then inundate,the Bengalcountryside for more than three months of eachyear, had at last begun to break up, giving way with intermittent downpours to ever longer periodsofclear sky. The rains, never before time, were coming to an end, and it was with a feeling of release,shared by anyone who had spent the long sticky summer coopedup in someoffice in the plains, that the ReverendSingh, accompaniedby Karan Hansda, his driver and cook, and Daniel, his bearer, leaving orphanageand church behind them, set out from Midnapore by bullock cart to visit the Santal villages in the cool forestsofthe south.

The confrontation began to draw out, tension easing as the wolf turned its headmore often to avoid the eyesof the deer; both seemed ready to relax their guard when, unaccountably, the buck wheeled and charged off through the trees, and the wolf went after him. The rest of the herd bolted, scatteringin every direction, plunging through the undergrowth, offering easy targets at each twist and turn of their laboured flight. The wolf concentrated on the buck. This was the critical stageof the hunt: if it failed to get close in these first few seconds it would lose its only chance to attach for unsupportedit could never hope to run the buck down.

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