The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from The Life of the Spider by J. Henri Fabre:|
the work of the spinnerets.
For four or five weeks longer, the mother never ceases her
leisurely inspection-rounds, happy at hearing the new-born Spiders
swarming in the wallet. At length, when October ends, she clutches
her offspring's nursery and dies withered. She has done all that
maternal devotion can do; the special providence of tiny animals
will do the rest. When spring comes, the youngsters will emerge
from their snug habitation, disperse all over the neighbourhood by
the expedient of the floating thread and weave their first attempts
at a labyrinth on the tufts of thyme.
Accurate in structure and neat in silk-work though they be, the
The Life of the Spider