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The story about pain about being fed up with the reality about dying at the foot of the mountain which is said to be the highest in Africa The thing as uncertain as the unknown presence of the mysterious skeleton of the leopard lying close to the western summit dried and frozen One ponders on the reason for the animal to climb that altitude So far the question with no straight answer WHY Why did the leopard climb the mountain How to explain logically what it was seeking there How to explain what Harry was looking for dying slowly at the foot of Kilimanjaro and struggling within himself with his sort of writers block Some could say Harry blamed the girl for their coming to Africa Your bloody money - was the rude answer to the girl having complained about the very fact of their coming on the Black Continent and that the things would have looked totally different if they had not arrived there as if her purely materialistic approach to human life - the way Harry perceived the girl at least - might have been the reason for his painful disease On the other hand this disease was brought about by some exterior factors though factors that occurred for they probably did something wrong I dont see why that had happen to YOUR leg What have we done to have that happen to US - the girl asked Outwardly she adored their sojourn together in Africa but now after this horrible accident her hatred gained the upper hand of her admiration She looked after Harry cared about him and at last she loved him but still one cant resists the strong impression that her unmingled and kind of tangible feeling towards Harry was only a perfect disguise a black veil under which she tried to hide successfully her true face the face of the Sister of Mercy Harry was
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