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The main characters of The Island of Doctor Moreau novel are Dr. Moreau, Dr. Montgomery. The book has been awarded with Locus Award Nominee for Best Illustrated or Art Book (2020), Edgar Awards and many others.
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|Original Title:||The Island of Doctor Moreau|
|Number Of Pages:||134 pages|
|First Published in:||1896|
|Latest Edition:||May 6th 2010|
|Awards:||Locus Award Nominee for Best Illustrated or Art Book (2020)|
|Generes:||Classics, Science Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Fantasy, Literature, Science Fiction Fantasy, Literature, 19th Century, Novels, Adventure,|
|Main Characters:||Dr. Moreau, Dr. Montgomery, Edward Prendick|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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"The Strange Face"
WE left the cabin and found a man at the companion obstructing our way. He was standing on the ladder with his back to us, peering over the combing of the hatchway. He was, I could see, a misshapen man, short, broad, and clumsy, with a crooked back, a hairy neck, and a head sunk between his shoulders. He was dressed in dark-blue serge, and had peculiarly thick, coarse, black hair. I heard the unseen dogs growl furiously, and forthwith he ducked back, -- coming into contact with the hand I put out to fend him off from myself. He turned with animal swiftness.
In some indefinable way the black face thus flashed upon me shocked me profoundly. It was a singularly deformed one. The facial part projected, forming something dimly suggestive of a muzzle, and the huge half-open mouth showed as big white teeth as I had ever seen in a human mouth. His eyes were bloodshot at the edges, with scarcely a rim of white round the hazel pupils. There was a curious glow of excitement in his face.
"Confound you!" said Montgomery. "Why the devil don't you get out of the way?"
The black-faced man started aside without a word. I went on up the companion, staring at him instinctively as I did so. Montgomery stayed at the foot for a moment. "You have no business here, you know," he said in a deliberate tone. "Your place is forward."
The black-faced man cowered. "They -- won't have me forward." He spoke slowly, with a queer, hoarse quality in his voice.
"Won't have you forward!" said Montgomery, in a menacing voice. "But I tell you to go!" He was on the brink of saying something further, then looked up at me suddenly and followed me up the ladder.
I had paused half way through the hatchway, looking back, still astonished beyond measure at the grotesque ugliness of this black- faced creature. I had never beheld such a repulsive and extraordinary face before, and yet -- if the contradiction is credible -- I experienced at the same time an odd feeling that in some way I had already encountered exactly the features and gestures that now amazed me. Afterwards it occurred to me that probably I had seen him as I was lifted aboard; and yet that scarcely satisfied my suspicion of a previous acquaintance. Yet how one could have set eyes on so singular a face and yet have forgotten the precise occasion, passed m