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Excerpt: ...sword should be out of the belt. When we are at peace again ye shall put the sword in the belt once more, and hang it upon the wall of the Palace at Mandakan, even as ye who are brothers shall never part. Two hours Tang-a-Dahit rested upon skins by the bathing pool, and an hour did the slaves knead him and rub him with oil, and give him food and drink; and while yet the sun was but half-way down the sky, they poured through the Neck of Baroob, over five hundred fighting men, on horses that would kneel and hide like dogs, and spring like deer, and that knew each tone of their masters'' voices. By the Bar of Balmud they gathered another fifty hillsmen, and again half-way beyond the Old Well of Jahar they met two score more, who had hunted Boonda Broke''s men, and these moved into column. So that when they came to Koongat Bridge, in the country infested by the men of the Dakoon, seven hundred stalwart and fearless men rode behind Pango Dooni. From the Neck of Baroob to Koongat Bridge no man stayed them, but they galloped on silently, swiftly, passing through the night like a cloud, upon which the dwellers by the wayside gazed in wonder and in fear. At Koongat Bridge they rested for two hours, and drank coffee, and broke bread, and Cumner''s Son slept by the side of Tang-a-Dahit, as brothers sleep by their mother''s bed. And Pango Dooni sat on the ground near them and pondered, and no man broke his meditation. When the two hours were gone, they mounted again and rode on through the dark villages towards Mandakan. It was just at the close of the hour before dawn that the squad of troopers who rode a dozen rods before the columns, heard a cry from the dark ahead. Halt-in the name of the Dakoon! V CHOOSE YE WHOM YE WILL SERVE The company drew rein. All they could see in the darkness was a single mounted figure in the middle of the road. The horseman rode nearer. Who are you? asked the leader of the company. I keep the road for the Dakoon, for it is said... Gilbert Parker, Books, Fiction and Literature, Fiction, Cumner's Son And Other South Sea Folk Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction The book has no illustrations or index. Purchasers are entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can select from more than a million books without charge. Subjects: Literary Collections / General; Fiction / General;

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Excerpt: ...sword should be out of the belt. When we are at peace again ye shall put the sword in the belt once more, and hang it upon the wall of the Palace at Mandakan, even as ye who are brothers shall never part. Two hours Tang-a-Dahit rested upon skins by the bathing pool, and an hour did the slaves knead him and rub him with oil, and give him food and drink; and while yet the sun was but half-way down the sky, they poured through the Neck of Baroob, over five hundred fighting men, on horses that would kneel and hide like dogs, and spring like deer, and that knew each tone of their masters'' voices. By the Bar of Balmud they gathered another fifty hillsmen, and again half-way beyond the Old Well of Jahar they met two score more, who had hunted Boonda Broke''s men, and these moved into column. So that when they came to Koongat Bridge, in the country infested by the men of the Dakoon, seven hundred stalwart and fearless men rode behind Pango Dooni. From the Neck of Baroob to Koongat Bridge no man stayed them, but they galloped on silently, swiftly, passing through the night like a cloud, upon which the dwellers by the wayside gazed in wonder and in fear. At Koongat Bridge they rested for two hours, and drank coffee, and broke bread, and Cumner''s Son slept by the side of Tang-a-Dahit, as brothers sleep by their mother''s bed. And Pango Dooni sat on the ground near them and pondered, and no man broke his meditation. When the two hours were gone, they mounted again and rode on through the dark villages towards Mandakan. It was just at the close of the hour before dawn that the squad of troopers who rode a dozen rods before the columns, heard a cry from the dark ahead. Halt-in the name of the Dakoon! V CHOOSE YE WHOM YE WILL SERVE The company drew rein. All they could see in the darkness was a single mounted figure in the middle of the road. The horseman rode nearer. Who are you? asked the leader of the company. I keep the road for the Dakoon, for it is said... Gilbert Parker, Books, Fiction and Literature, Fiction, Cumner's Son And Other South Sea Folk Books>Fiction and Literature>Fiction, General Books LLC

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781153598255
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1153598256
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
38 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,068 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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