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Chapter Two The Cat When Peter woke in the morning, he always kept his eyes closed until he had answered two simple questions. They always came to him in the same order. Question one: who am I? Oh yes, Peter, aged ten and a half. Then, still with his eyes closed, question two: what day of the week is it? And there it would be, a fact as solid and as immoveable as a mountain. Tuesday. Another school day. Then he would pull the blankets over his head and sink deeper into his own warmth and let the friendly darkness swallow him up.
So, while Kate told him where they belonged, Peter put every single doll back in its place, on the mirror, the chest of drawers, the window sills, the bed, the pram. It seemed to take for ever to get them all in place. The very last to be returned was the Bad Doll. ’ Peter whispered to it. ’ Kate called out. But her brother had already stepped out of the room. Chapter Two The Cat When Peter woke in the morning, he always kept his eyes closed until he had answered two simple questions. They always came to him in the same order.
They had to add up some very large numbers, and they had twenty minutes to do it. Almost as soon as he had started on the first sum, which involved adding three million five hundred thousand, two hundred and ninety-five to another number almost as large, Peter found himself thinking about the largest number in the world. He had read the week before about a number with the wonderful name of googol. A googol was ten multiplied by ten a hundred times. Ten with a hundred noughts on the end. And there was an even better word, a real beauty – a googolplex.