The Outlaw of Torn

By Edgar Rice Burroughs

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reasons
of clarity:

"chid" to "chide" "sword play" to "swordplay" "subtile" to "subtle"

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As they drew up beside the ledge upon which Thurid awaited them, he in the bow of the boat arose to step ashore, and then I saw that it was none other than Matai Shang, Father of Therns.
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By chance, after her death, I came upon an ancient plan of the temple, and there I found, plainly writ, the most minute directions for reaching the cells at any time.
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I drew Woola out of harm's way, and then began a careful survey of as much of the Chamber of Reptiles as I could see from where I stood.
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Into this minute aperture I attempted to peer, but whether it was but a fraction of an inch deep or passed completely through the door I could not tell--at least no light showed beyond it.
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But a short distance from the circular chamber we came suddenly into a brilliantly lighted labyrinth of crystal glass partitioned passages.
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The Holy Thern nodded his head.
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" "Three women came with the Father of Therns," replied Kulan Tith.
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The sooner we start, the better, for I see no other way, and it will take us more than a month to travel the weary, frigid miles that lie before us.
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Shortly after this we came upon the hugest apt that we had seen.
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I did not know the significance of his act, but judged that it was but a form of expressing his gratitude to me.
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What was I to do? Which way should I turn? I was nonplused.
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achieve when pitted against such a wizard of the blade as Solan.
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I had intended waiting until some circumstance should give me a reasonable hope of success; for, even though the entire ceremony should be completed, there could be no valid marriage while I lived.
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Without another glance toward me, who had stood a spectator of the tragic scene, the nobles wheeled and fled from the apartment through another exit.
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"For the Prince of Helium!" and, like hungry lions upon their prey, they fell once more upon the weakening warriors of the north.
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To be thus blocked by nature, who had had all the arts and wiles of cunning man pitted against him, seemed a cruel fate, and as I staggered back into the warmth of the tunnel's end I was as near hopelessness as I ever have been.
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I cast a last look upon my beloved princess, smiling, as men should who are about to die.
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Nor did any of us who had been upon that expedition of indescribable danger and glory lack for plaudits.
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"Most righteous judges," he exclaimed, "you have heard recited all that is known of John Carter, Prince of Helium--the good with the bad.
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as a brother.