Before we end
Concluding this Investigation of Further Journeys and Recurrent Tribulations
The Chronicler of these Tales pursued many Journeys, not of mere Peregrination or Whimsy, but of careful Exploration and Investigation through circumjacent Territories and of detailed Study, and availed himself of the Pencil of Nature which records solely by the Passage of Light from the Subject to the Camera without Intervention of human Hand, and no one can doubt the Veracity of such direct Transcription.
The ordinary Lives portrayed here reach neither the Pilgrim’s Heights nor the Rake’s Depths, and there is no Moral to be learnt. Nevertheless, Who would true Valour see, let Them come hither.
These Tales were Collected and Compiled from Life under Demanding Conditions between the Years Two Thousand and Seven Anno Domini and Two Thousand and Twenty Anno Domini in Six of the Nine Provinces of South Africa as a Counterbalance to the four Books of Disregarded (published previously). I express my regret at Tales not told for various Reasons such as a need to hurry or an inability to make an adequate Record. This work was facilitated through the Unwavering Support of my Wife and Life Companion, Elizabeth.
This work is Copyrighted. Permission is Hereby Granted for Extracts to be made for Private Purposes.
This concludes Book Three, which describes Further Individual Journeys and recurrent Tribulations. This Investigation started in Book One, Investigations of Journeys towards Freedom, and continued in Book Two Particular Journeys and Common Experiences. This also concludes the series Many Journeys.