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Into the Unknown by Lawrence Fletcher

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Into the Unknown
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Publisher: Project Gutenberg
ISBN/ASIN: 1151055387

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The scene is magnificently striking, but grand with a loneliness awful beyond description, for, so far as the eye can reach, the fervid sun beats upon nothing but towering mountain-peaks, whose grey and rugged summits pierce the fleecy heat-clouds, and seem to lose themselves in a hopeless attempt to fathom the unspeakable majesty beyond.

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