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Henry Morton Stanley, Dorothy Stanley, The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, part 2.13, chapter 2.16 (search)
he lingers amid the ruins, for he loves to dream of and reconstruct the mighty Past. I slept in the first portal of Persepolis, all night. The only food I could get was wafer bread and plenty of milk. Early the next morning, July 1st, Stanley rode away, after cutting his name deep on the Temple. Away, away to Shiraz, where he visits the graves of Saadi, Hafiz, and one of the many graves given to Bathsheba! At last Stanley reaches Bushire, where he took steamer and entered the Persian Gulf; he visits Bunder-Abbas, and then continues his journey to Muscat, Arabia; thence to Kurrachi, arriving at Bombay, on August 1, 1870, his long programme carried through, up to the verge of its last supreme undertaking, the search for Livingstone. First, he brings his story up to date, for the Herald, writing seventeen long letters about the Caucasus and Persian experiences; then he plunges deep into books on African Geography, for I feel very ignorant about most things concerning Africa.