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    Then as the blackness lifts, in the dim light of the false dawn filtering through the window of the mountain hut. LAMOND and FELSMAN are seen standing beside SEELCHEN looking down at her asleep on the window seat.

    [Putting out his hand to wake her] In a moment it will be dawn.

    She stirs, and her lips move, murmuring.

    Let her sleep. She's dreaming.

    FELSMAN raises a lantern, till its light falls on her face. Then the two men move stealthily towards the door, and, as she speaks, pass out.

    [Rising to her knees, and stretching out her hands with ecstasy] Great One. I come! [Waking, she looks around, and struggles to her feet] My little dream!

    Through the open door, the first flush of dawn shows in the sky. There is a sound of goat-bells passing.
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