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The manner in which a man has lived is often the key to the way he will
die. Take old man Donegal, for example. Most of his adult life was spent in
digging a hole through space to learn what was on the other side. Would
he go out the same way?
OLD DONEGAL was dying. They had all known it was coming, and they
watched it come—his haggard wife, his daughter, and now his grandson,

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home on emergency leave from the pre-astronautics academy. Old Donegal
knew it too, and had known it from the beginning, when he had begun to
lose control of his legs and was forced to walk with a cane. But most of the
time, he pretended to let them keep the secret they shared with the
doctors—that the operations had all been failures, and that the cancer that
fed at his spine would gnaw its way brainward until the paralysis engulfed
vital organs, and then Old Donegal would cease to be. It would be cruel to
let them know that he knew. Once, weeks ago, he had joked about the
approaching shadows.
'Buy the plot back where people won't walk over it, Martha,' he said. 'Get
it way back under the cedars—next to the fence. There aren't many graves
back there yet. I want to be alone.'
'Don't talk that way, Donny!' his wife had choked. 'You're not dying.'
His eyes twinkled maliciously. 'Listen, Martha, I want to be buried facedown.
I want to be buried with my back to space, understand? Don't let
them lay me out like a lily.'
'Donny, please!'
'They oughta face a man the way he's headed,' Donegal grunted. 'I been
up—way up. Now I'm going straight down.'
Martha had fled from the room in tears. He had never done it again, except
to the interns and nurses, who, while they insisted that he was going to get
well, didn't mind joking with him about it.
Martha can bear my death, he thought, can bear pre-knowledge of it. But
she couldn't bear thinking that he might take it calmly. If he accepted death

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Enter Gavestone reading on a Letter that was brought
him from the King.

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My Father is deceast, come Gavestone,
And share the Kingdome with thy deerest friend.
Ah words that make me surfet with delight,
What greater blisse can hap to Gaveston,
Then live and be the Favorite of a King?
Sweete Prince I come: These these, thy amorous lines
Might have enforst me to have swum from France,
And like Leander gaspt upon the sand,
So thou wouldst smile and take me in thine armes.
The sight of London to my exil'd eyes,
Is as Elizium to a new come soule,
Not that I love the City or the men,
But that it harbors him I hold so deere,
The King, upon whose bosome let me dye,
And with the world be still at enmity:
What need the Articke people love star-light,
To whom the sunne shines both by day and night.
Farewell base stooping to the Lordly Peeres,
My knees shall bow to none but to the King,
As for the multitude that are but sparkes
Rakt up in embers, of their poverty,
Tanti: Ile fanne first on the winde,
That glaunceth at my lips and flyeth away:
Enter three poore men.
But how now, what are these?


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Poore men.
Such as desire your worships service.
Gavest.
What canst thou doe?
1. Poore.
I can ride.
Gavest.
But I have no horse. What art thou?
2. Poore.
A Traveller.
Gavest.
Let me see, thou wouldst doe well
To waite at my Trencher, and tell me lies at dinner time,

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