„Slavers,“ said Cabot, „often take a woman in her sleep, and bind her.”

„Slavers,“ said Cabot, „often take a woman in her sleep, and bind her. She retired the night before, as usual, considering, if anything, only the prosaic routines of her next day’s quotidian existence. She retires, anticipating nothing, suspecting nothing. Then, later, she awakens, doubtless to her consternation and horror, to find herself bound helplessly.“

Kur of Gor, p.363

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