|CHAPTER 11 hWhen the apes called Men joined together into tribes, the practice of killing became more efficient, and the consumption of slain animals less wasteful.
2 Accordingly, the tribe had more time and more opportunity to invent things, of which the apes had grown exceedingly fond.
3 iAll apes worked on inventing things, each according to his kind.
4 Those who were the smartest invented jfire, which made it possible to stay up later at night, inventing more things.
5 kThose who were the best killers invented new ways of killing and new weapons, including knives, and spears, and arrows, and then bows, so that arrows might kill at a greater distance.
6 Those who were the most timid invented lagriculture, which provided food more safely than before.
||7 Those who were the most skilled with their hands invented pots, and clothes, and many kinds of toolsm.
8 nThose who were the most imaginative invented words, and ideas, in order that words might serve some purpose.
9 oAnd all the apes were unsatisfied with this state of affairs.
CHAPTER 21 The psmart ones were unsatisfied because the killers still got the best food, even though it was fire that made food taste better.
2 The qkillers were unsatisfied because the invention of agriculture required them to kill less often.
3 The rtimid were unsatisfied because they too longed to kill other living things, as safely as possible, and had no opportunity to do so.