By Mark Twain
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They disputed long, but in the end, Merlin, scoffing, said, 'Wherefore hath he not named his brave calamity? ' This thrust did in a most sudden sort close the king's mouth, and he could offer naught to turn the argument; and so, reluctant, and full loth to do you the discourtesy, he yet prayeth you to consider his perplexed case, as noting how the matter stands, and name the calamity--if so be you have determined the nature of it and the time of its coming. Oh, prithee delay not; to delay at such a time were to double and treble the perils that already compass thee about.
Here was a glad new hope. If the boy was right about the date, and this was surely the 20th, it wasn't the sixth century. I reached for the monk's sleeve, in considerable excitement, and asked him what day of the month it was. Hang him, he said it was the twenty-first! It made me turn cold to hear him. I begged him not to make any mistake about it; but he was sure; he knew it was the 21st. So, that feather-headed boy had botched things again! The time of the day was right for the eclipse; I had seen that for myself, in the beginning, by the dial that was near by.
Clothes: vêtements, vêt, revêt, habille, habits. dark: foncé, sombre, obscur, obscurité, noir. dinner: dîner, déjeuner, souper. direction: direction, sens, orientation. dungeon: cachot. moldy: moisi. narrow: étroit. perilous: périlleux. scant: insuffisant, limité, faible. shoved: poussé. straw: paille. % When I next came to myself, I seemed to have been asleep a very long time. My first thought was, "Well, what an astonishing dream I've had! I reckon I've waked only just in time to keep from being hanged or drowned or burned or something....
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's French Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain