Prosper le Gai--all Morgraunt before him--rose from his bed before
the Countess had turned in hers; and long before the Abbot could
get alone with Dom Galors he was sighing for his breakfast. He had,
indeed, seen the dawn come in, caught the first shiver of the
trees, the first tentative chirp of the birds, watched the slow
filling of the shadowy pools and creeks with the grey tide of
light. From brake to brake he struggled, out of the shade into the
dark, thence into what seemed a broad lake of daylight. He met no
living thing; or ever the sun kissed the tree-tops he was hungry.
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