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ILLUSTRATIONS

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  2. The awful thing behind me was gaining rapidly
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  3. The queen of the all-powerful Mahars of Pelucidar
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  4. The man leaped in and ran his spear through the tarag's heart
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  5. I tore the spear loose, and drove it through the serpent's jaws
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  6. Still the girl advanced—chained by that clammy eye
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  7. My shaft pierced the Sagoth's heart—he lunged at my feet stone dead
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  8. As the creature darted toward us, I let drive straight for the breast
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  9. Dian standing not ten paces behind me!
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  10. Two enormous animals approaching us, and upon the back of each a human being
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