Universe by Robert Heinlein

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Alan climbed, up and up, higher than he had ever been since Hugh had led him, as a boy, into foolhardy peril. He was older now, more conservative; he had no stomach for it. To the very real danger of leaving the well-traveled lower levels was added his superstitious ignorance. But still he climbed. This should be about the place, unless he had lost count. But he saw nothing of the dwarf Bobo saw him first. " Bobo backed into Joe-Jim's compartment and dumped his load at the feet of the twins. "Fresh meat," he said proudly.

I must be slowing down. You must have had a marvelous opportunity to study the muties and scout out their territory. Come on, man, spill it! " Hugh wet his lips. "It's not what you think," he said. "It's much more important than just a report on the muties, though it concerns them, too. In fact, we may have to change our whole policy with respect to the mu--" "Well, go ahead, go ahead! " Hugh told him of his tremendous discovery as to the actual nature of the Ship, choosing his words carefully and trying very hard to be convincing.

Quite well, thanks," Hugh lied. " "No ... yes, you might send me some tobacco. " "I'll take care of it. " "Why, I was under the impression that I was not permitted visitors ... " "You are right, but I think perhaps I may be able to get the rule relaxed. But you will have to give me your promise not to speak of your heresy," he added anxiously. Hugh thought quickly. This was a new aspect, a new possibility. His uncle? No, while they had always got along well, their minds did not meet; they would greet each other as strangers.

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