|CHAPTER 11 aShortly after the clever apes had killed all the other kinds of apes, they grew restless and irritable,
2 bBecause the killing of the other apes had been enjoyable,
3 cAnd now there were no other kinds of apes to kill,
4 Or be killed by,
5 dWhich took much of the fun out of life.
CHAPTER 21 And so it happened that the eclever apes began to split apart into smaller bands,
2 fWhich moved away from one another, sometimes as far as the next gvalley,
3 hBut always close enough so that they could attack one another with pointed sticks.
4 But it also happened that the new bands of apes became iconfused,
5 jBecause it was not so easy as before to tell one kind of ape from another kind of ape,
6 kAll apes now being of one kind, the clever kind.
CHAPTER 31 But being clever, some of the apes conceived a lgreat idea, and gave each other names, so that one could recognize another by his name,
2 mAnd thus know to refrain from transfixing the wrong apes with a pointed stick.
||3 nAnd so these apes named themselves with seven times seven hundreds of names,
4 oAnd there were apes named pAdam and Eve,
5 qAnd Abel and Cain, and Sara and Hagar, and Isaac and Ishmael,
6 rAnd David and Goliath, and Samson and Delilah, and Moses and Herod, and Abraham and Joshua,
7 sAnd Ruth, and Job, and Seth, and Jacob and Esau, and Joseph, and Rachel, and Leah,
8 tAnd Samuel, and Daniel, and Hosea, and Amos, and Andy, and Isaiah, and Ezekiel, and uEmmanuel, and many more besides.
CHAPTER 41 When they had done naming one another, the apes were very pleased,
2 And proud of what they had done,
3 Believing it to be pretty special to have so many names,
4 vAnd such an easy way of telling one ape from another ape,
5 wWhich had never happened before in the living memory of the apes.
6 And so it happened that the apes with the names decided that they were no longer apes,
7 xBut better than apes,
8 yAnd worthy of a name unto themselves,
9 Which they selected by zlottery, asking every ape to draw one sharpened stick from a huge pile of sharpened sticks,