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My uncle Gordon saw in what direction, horrible to him, the chase was driving him. He doubled, darting to the right and left; but high as the fever ran in his veins, the black was still the swifter. Turn where he would, he was still forestalled, still driven toward the scene of his crime. Suddenly he began to shriek aloud, so that the coast re-echoed; and now both I and Rorie were calling on the black to stop. But all was vain, for it was written otherwise. The pursuer still ran, the chase still sped before him screaming; they avoided the grave, and skimmed close past the timbers of the wreck; in a breath they had cleared the sand; and still my kinsman did not pause, but dashed straight into the surf; and the black, now almost within reach, still followed swiftly behind him. Rorie and I both stopped, for the thing was now beyond the hands of men, and these were the decrees of God that came to pass before our eyes. There was never a sharper ending. On that steep beach they were beyond their depth at a bound; neither could swim; the black rose once for a moment with a throttling cry; but the current had them, racing seaward; and if ever they came up again, which God alone can tell, it would be ten minutes after, at the far end of Aros Roost, where the seabirds hover fishing.
If we turn to the themes that engage Joseph Conrad's attention we shall see that 55in almost every case his subjects are concerned with unequal combats—unequal to his own far-seeing vision, but never to the human souls engaged in them, and it is this consciousness of the blindness that renders men's honesty and heroism of so little account that gives occasion for his irony.
Vogelstein heard him rise from the sofa with his companion; after which he gave the pair time to pass out of the room before him. They did it with a certain impressive deliberation, people making way for the ruler of fifty millions and looking with a certain curiosity at the striking pink person at his side. When a little later he followed them across the hall, into one of the other rooms, he saw the host and hostess accompany the President to the door and two foreign ministers and a judge of the Supreme Court address themselves to Pandora Day. He resisted the impulse to join this circle: if he should speak to her at all he would somehow wish it to be in more privacy. She continued nevertheless to occupy him, and when Mrs. Bonnycastle came back from the hall he immediately approached her with an appeal. “I wish you’d tell me something more about that girl—that one opposite and in pink.”
“NOW!” thought Lewis, as they bumped over the cobblestones of Tenth Street in the direction of Cousin Ebenezer’s house.
1.Nothing can be conceived more animated and picturesque than Cairo during the early morning or at night. It seems the most bustling and populous city in the world. The narrow streets, abounding with bazaars, present the appearance of a mob, through which troops of richly dressed cavaliers force with difficulty their prancing way, arrested often in their course by the procession of a harem returning from the bath, the women enveloped in inscrutable black garments, and veils and masks of white linen, and borne along by the prettiest donkeys in the world. The attendant eunuchs beat back the multitude; even the swaggering horsemen, with their golden and scarlet jackets, rich shawls and scarfs, and shining arms, trampling on those around, succeed in drawing aside; but all efforts are vain, for at the turning of the street appears the first still solemn visage of a long string of tall camels bearing provisions to the citadel, a Nubian astride on the neck of the leader, and beating a wild drum, to apprise the people of his approach. The streets, too, in which these scenes occur are in themselves full of variety and architectural beauty. The houses are lofty and latticed, abounding in balconies; fountains are frequent and vast and as richly adorned as Gothic shrines; sometimes the fortified palace of one of the old Mamlouks, now inhabited by a pasha, still oftener the exquisite shape of an Arabian mosque. The temples of Stamboul cannot vie with the fanes of Cairo. Their delicate domes and airy cupolas, their lofty minarets covered with tracery, and the flowing fancy of their arabesques recalled to me the glories of the Alhambra, the fantastic grace of the Alcazars and the shrines of Seville and Cordova.
9:1 [hgb] 论 到 供 给 圣 徒 的 事 ， 我 不 必 写 信 给 你 们 。 [kjv] For as touching the ministering to the saints, it is superfluous for me to write to you: [bbe] But there is no need for me to say anything in my letter about the giving to the saints:9:2 [hgb] 因 为 我 知 道 你 们 乐 意 的 心 ， 常 对 马 其 顿 人 夸 奖 你 们 ， 说 亚 该 亚 人 预 备 好 了 ， 已 经 有 一 年 了 。 并 且 你 们 的 热 心 激 动 了 许 多 人 。 [kjv] For I know the forwardness of your mind, for which I boast of you to them of Macedonia, that Achaia was ready a year ago; and your zeal hath provoked very many. [bbe] For I have before made clear to those of Macedonia my pride in your ready mind, saying to them that Achaia has been ready for a year back; and a great number have been moved to do the same by your example.9:3 [hgb] 但 我 打 发 那 几 位 弟 兄 去 ， 要 叫 你 们 照 我 的 话 预 备 妥 当 。 免 得 我 们 在 这 事 上 夸 奖 你 们 的 话 落 了 空 。 [kjv] Yet have I sent the brethren, lest our boasting of you should be in vain in this behalf; that, as I said, ye may be ready: [bbe] But I have sent the brothers, so that the good things we said about you may be seen to be true, and that, as I said, you may be ready:9:4 [hgb] 万 一 有 马 其 顿 人 与 我 同 去 ， 见 你 们 没 有 预 备 ， 就 叫 我 们 所 确 信 的 ， 反 成 了 羞 愧 。 你 们 羞 愧 ， 更 不 用 说 了 。 [kjv] Lest haply if they of Macedonia come with me, and find you unprepared, we (that we say not, ye) should be ashamed in this same confident boasting. [bbe] For fear that, if any from Macedonia come with me, and you are not ready, we (not to say, you) might be put to shame in this thing.9:5 [hgb] 因 此 我 想 不 得 不 求 那 几 位 弟 兄 ， 先 到 你 们 那 里 去 ， 把 从 前 所 应 许 的 捐 赀 ， 预 备 妥 当 ， 就 显 出 你 们 所 捐 的 ， 是 出 于 乐 意 ， 不 是 出 于 勉 强 。 [kjv] Therefore I thought it necessary to exhort the brethren, that they would go before unto you, and make up beforehand your bounty, whereof ye had notice before, that the same might be ready, as a matter of bounty, and not as of covetousness. [bbe] So it seemed to me wise for the brothers to go before, and see that the amount which you had undertaken to give was ready, so that it might be a cause for praise, and not as if we were making profit out of you.9:6 [hgb] 少 种 的 少 收 ， 多 种 的 多 收 。 这 话 是 真 的 。 [kjv] But this I say, He which soweth sparingly shall reap also sparingly; and he which soweth bountifully shall reap also bountifully. [bbe] But in the Writings it says, He who puts in only a small number of seeds, will get in the same; and he who puts them in from a full hand, will have produce in full measure from them.9:7 [hgb] 各 人 要 随 本 心 所 酌 定 的 。 不 要 作 难 ， 不 要 勉 强 ， 因 为 捐 得 乐 意 的 人 ， 是 神 所 喜 爱 的 。 [kjv] Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver. [bbe] Let every man do after the purpose of his heart; not giving with grief, or by force: for God takes pleasure in a ready giver.9:8 [hgb] 神 能 将 各 样 的 恩 惠 ， 多 多 地 加 给 你 们 。 使 你 们 凡 事 常 常 充 足 ， 能 多 行 各 样 善 事 。 [kjv] And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work: [bbe] And God is able to give you all grace in full measure; so that ever having enough of all things, you may be full of every good work:9:9 [hgb] 如 经 上 所 记 ， 他 施 舍 钱 财 ， 周 济 贫 穷 。 他 的 仁 义 存 到 永 远 。 [kjv] (As it is written, He hath dispersed abroad; he hath given to the poor: his righteousness remaineth for ever. [bbe] As it is said in the Writings, He has sent out far and wide, he has given to the poor; his righteousness is for ever.9:10 [hgb] 那 赐 种 给 撒 种 的 ， 赐 粮 给 人 吃 的 ， 必 多 多 加 给 你 们 种 地 的 种 子 ， 又 增 添 你 们 仁 义 的 果 子 。 [kjv] Now he that ministereth seed to the sower both minister bread for your food, and multiply your seed sown, and increase the fruits of your righteousness;) [bbe] And he who gives seed for putting into the field and bread for food, will take care of the growth of your seed, at the same time increasing the fruits of your righteousness;9:11 [hgb] 叫 你 们 凡 事 富 足 ， 可 以 多 多 施 舍 ， 就 借 着 我 们 使 感 谢 归 于 神 。 [kjv] Being enriched in every thing to all bountifulness, which causeth through us thanksgiving to God. [bbe] Your wealth being increased in everything, with a simple mind, causing praise to God through us.9:12 [hgb] 因 为 办 这 供 给 的 事 ， 不 但 补 圣 徒 的 缺 乏 ， 而 且 叫 许 多 人 越 发 感 谢 神 。 [kjv] For the administration of this service not only supplieth the want of the saints, but is abundant also by many thanksgivings unto God; [bbe] For this work of giving not only takes care of the needs of the saints, but is the cause of much praise to God;9:13 [hgb] 他 们 从 这 供 给 的 事 上 得 了 凭 据 ， 知 道 你 们 承 认 基 督 顺 服 他 的 福 音 ， 多 多 地 捐 钱 给 他 们 和 众 人 ， 便 将 荣 耀 归 与 神 。 [kjv] Whiles by the experiment of this ministration they glorify God for your professed subjection unto the gospel of Christ, and for your liberal distribution unto them, and unto all men; [bbe] For when, through this work of giving, they see what you are, they give glory to God for the way in which you have given yourselves to the good news of Christ, and for the wealth of your giving to them and to all;9:14 [hgb] 他 们 也 因 神 极 大 的 恩 赐 ， 显 在 你 们 心 里 ， 就 切 切 地 想 念 你 们 ， 为 你 们 祈 祷 。 [kjv] And by their prayer for you, which long after you for the exceeding grace of God in you. [bbe] While their hearts go out to you in love and in prayer for you, because of the great grace of God which is in you.9:15 [hgb] 感 谢 神 ， 因 他 有 说 不 尽 的 恩 赐 。 [kjv] Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift. [bbe] Praise be to God for what he has given, which words have no power to say.