Who led the expedition into the Congo?
Answer
As they reviewed other details of Amy's requirements, Elliot realized that something had happened during the last few hours, almost without knowing it: Amy's unpredictable, dream-driven neurotic behavior was irrelevant; now that she was going on a trip, she was no longer moody and introspective, her interests were growing; she was once again a youthful female gorilla. He found himself wondering whether her dreams, her depression - finger paintings, everything - were a result of her confined laboratory environment for so many years. At first the laboratory had been agreeable, like a crib for young children. But perhaps in later years it pinched. Perhaps, he thought, Amy just needed a little excitement.

-- Congo
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In all of your books there is a character whose name is Levine. Do you use this name for good luck or because it is a friend of yours? I wasn't aware there was always a Levine. One day I went to my eye doctor and he was furious at me. "So," he said, "old Dr. XXX, huh?" I had no idea what he was talking about. Turned out I had used his name in SPHERE as "old doctor" whatever the name was. He was mad.






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