The cosmic integral
...but thoughts, the slaves of life, and life, time's fool, and time, that takes survey of all the world, must have a stop. O, I could prophesy, but that the earthy and cold hand of death lies on my tongue. No Percy, thou art dust. And food for... for worms, brave Percy. Fare thee well, great heart!
I'm a rollin' stone, all alone and lost
For a life of sin, I have paid the cost
When I pass by, all the people say
Just another guy on the lost highway
Hines wanted to write a novel about the education system and took inspiration from his younger brother Richard, who had tamed a hawk called Kes. Disney later attempted to buy the rights on the condition that the ending be changed from the novel so that the kestrel survives, a condition refused by Hines.
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