In my fly-blown blankets I dreamt of London until I hankered
after my chambers and my club more than after much fine gold.
Yet my mind hankered
, therefore I would go to the steeple house and look on, though I durst not ring.
That was why I had never been satisfied with cooking and dishwashing; that was why I had hankered
to run naked in the moonlight.
In this distress I did not know what to do, as his life was apparently declining, and I might perhaps have married again there, very much to my advantage; it had been certainly my business to have stayed in the country, but my mind was restless too, and uneasy; I hankered
after coming to England, and nothing would satisfy me without it.
And don't forget the even bigger Spinosaurus, although this big softie hankered
mostly for fish and liked nothing more than a swim.