4324. He knew that Rome was in the South, but he did not know what direction south consisted of.
4325. Because of the fragmentary nature of his knowledge, he was not of much use, but the little that he did know resulted in the destruction of Otis and the Rooster’s confidence in certain plans and ideas they had.
4326. They began timidly to ask Remo’s advice, and, just as people do, he answered their questions with the facts he felt sure of, and fleshed out the unknown pieces from his imagination.
4327. There was one area of expertise in which Remo was proficient, at least by the standards of the time, and that was astronomy.