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The Brass Bell

or, The Chariot of Death

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Author: Eugène Süe (Joseph Marie Eugène Sue)
Published: 1907
Language: English
Wordcount: 37,071 / 111 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 71.2
LoC Category: PQ
Downloads: 1,047
Added to site: 2009.06.11
mnybks.net#: 24405
Origin: gutenberg.org

A Tale of Caesar's Gallic Invasion. The second of Eugene Sue's monumental serial known under the collective title of The Mysteries of the People; or History of a Proletarian Family Across the Ages.

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going to make to the Gods? Come, believe me; he who gives his life has nothing to blush for. By the love which I bear you, by the virgin blood of your sister Hena, I have at this moment, I swear to you, the consciousness of fulfilling a holy duty. Come, come, the evening is passing."

"What Meroë, the just and valiant, finds to be just and valiant, must be so," said Albinik, pressing his companion to his breast.

"Yes, yes, to exterminate savage beasts all means are good, the trap as well as the spear. Who gives his life has no cause to blush. Come!"

The couple hastened their pace toward the lights of the camp of Caesar. After a few moments, they heard close at hand, resounding on the earth, the measured tread of several soldiers, and the clashing of their swords on their iron armor. Presently they distinguished the invaders' red crested helmets glittering in the moonlight.

"They are the soldiers of the guard, who keep vigil around the camp," said Albinik. "Let us go to them."<

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