 Author:
 Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah
 Publication Info:

New York:
Century,
1897,
pg 233
Text on page 233
BRAMBANAM
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the rainy season, and the damp little chapels, with their rubbishheaps in dark corners and the weedgrown wellhole, furnish ideal homes for snakes. As our Mohammedan had suggested snakes, we imagined them everywhere, stepping carefully, throwing stones
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ahead of us, and thrusting our umbrellas noisily into each chapel before we ventured within; but the longanticipated, always expected great snake did not materialize to give appropriate incident to a visit to such complete ruins. Only one small wisp of a lizard gave