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...The panic subsided. The weighty cold of the ocean pressed in all around her, but Ina had come to welcome it.

She had a few visions, brief bursts of light in the creeping emptiness of wavering consciousness:

Bill and Marie in their covered wagon at night, reading Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" aloud, performing voices and all, by the oil lamp.

Seeing the rubble foundation that remained of the cottage Enki had been born in centuries before sitting outside the edge of the town of Fossmork on Lysefjord, Norway.

Wilder Hart, 15, meeting her improbably for only the second time while on a weekend sightseeing trip to Washington, DC, in the atrium of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, a massive African elephant brought down by Teddy Roosevelt, preserved and moun...

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