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  • Tags: James Spencer Knox

Knox stands on the rock to demonstrate his powers of deduction, an event which results in much storytelling upon the return to shore

Knox reasons that the boatmen would prefer that the monster eat the heretic reverend rather than them

Knox asks questions about the monster, which appears to devour sinners but largely emerges just above the water

Knox describes the fear of his Irish boatmen at the appearance of a lake monster, which he sees as a rock just above the waterline

Knox visits a lone tree on an island, a home of fairies in local folklore
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