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 THE BLACK ARROW 10 | Ecrit le 09-10-2011 14h55Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER III--THE ROOM OVER THE CHAPELFrom the battlements nothing further was observed. The sunjourneyed westward, and at last went down; but, to the eyes of allthese eager sentinels, no living thing appeared in theneighbourhood of Tunstall...

 THE BLACK ARROW 9 | Ecrit le 09-10-2011 14h54Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER II--THE TWO OATHSSir Daniel was in the hall; there he paced angrily before the fire,awaiting Dick's arrival. None was by except Sir Oliver, and he satdiscreetly backward, thumbing and muttering over his breviary."Y' have sent for me,...

 THE BLACK ARROW 8 | Ecrit le 09-10-2011 14h53Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONBOOK II--THE MOAT HOUSECHAPTER I--DICK ASKS QUESTIONSThe Moat House stood not far from the rough forest road.Externally, it was a compact rectangle of red stone, flanked ateach corner by a round tower, pierced for archery and...

 THE BLACK ARROW 7 | Ecrit le 09-10-2011 14h52Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER VII--THE HOODED FACEThey awoke in the grey of the morning; the birds were not yet infull song, but twittered here and there among the woods; the sunwas not yet up, but the eastern sky was barred with solemn colours.Half starved and over-weary...

 THE BLACK ARROW 6 | Ecrit le 09-10-2011 14h51Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER VI--TO THE DAY'S ENDIt was, indeed, high time for them to run. On every side thecompany of the Black Arrow was making for the hill. Some, beingbetter runners, or having open ground to run upon, had faroutstripped the others, and were already...

 THE BLACK ARROW 5 | Ecrit le 01-10-2011 15h18Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER V--"BLOODY AS THE HUNTER"The lads lay quiet till the last footstep had melted on the wind.Then they arose, and with many an ache, for they were weary withconstraint, clambered through the ruins, and recrossed the ditchupon the rafter....

 THE BLACK ARROW 4 | Ecrit le 01-10-2011 15h17Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER IV--A GREENWOOD COMPANYMatcham was well rested and revived; and the two lads, winged bywhat Dick had seen, hurried through the remainder of the outwood,crossed the road in safety, and began to mount into the high groundof Tunstall Forest. The...

 THE BLACK ARROW 3 | Ecrit le 01-10-2011 15h16Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER III--THE FEN FERRYThe river Till was a wide, sluggish, clayey water, oozing out offens, and in this part of its course it strained among some scoreof willow-covered, marshy islets.It was a dingy stream; but upon this bright, spirited...

 THE BLACK ARROW 2 | Ecrit le 01-10-2011 15h16Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONCHAPTER II--IN THE FENIt was near six in the May morning when Dick began to ride downinto the fen upon his homeward way. The sky was all blue; thejolly wind blew loud and steady; the windmill-sails were spinning;and the willows over all the fen...

 THE BLACK ARROW 1 | Ecrit le 01-10-2011 15h15Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONBOOK I--THE TWO LADSCHAPTER I--AT THE SIGN OF THE SUN IN KETTLEYSir Daniel and his men lay in and about Kettley that night, warmlyquartered and well patrolled. But the Knight of Tunstall was onewho never rested from money-getting; and...

 THE BLACK ARROW (PROLOGUE) | Ecrit le 01-10-2011 15h14Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
THE BLACK ARROW BY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSONPROLOGUE--JOHN AMEND-ALLOn a certain afternoon, in the late springtime, the bell uponTunstall Moat House was heard ringing at an unaccustomed hour. Farand near, in the forest and in the fields along the river, peoplebegan to desert their labours and...

 A Spirit In Prison 30 (THE END) | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h34Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XLII   "Hermione!" Artois spoke to the void. "Hermione, because I have followed you, because I have come here, don't you think that I am claiming any right. Don't think that I imagine,...

 A Spirit In Prison 29 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h33Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XLI   Artois did not go with them. Once again he was governed by an imperious feeling that held him inactive, the feeling that it was not for him to approach Hermione -- that others might draw near to her, but...

 A Spirit In Prison 28 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h32Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XL   "Monsieur Emile, what is it?" exclaimed Vere. The frightened servants were gone, half coaxed and half scolded into silence by Artois. He had taken the lemon from Peppina, and it lay now in his...

 A Spirit In Prison 27 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h31Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XXXIX   There was no one at the foot of the cliff. Artois got out of the boat and stood for a moment, hesitating whether to keep Giovanni or to dismiss him. "I can stay, Signore," said the man. "You...

 A Spirit In Prison 26 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h31Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XXXVII   Hermione was outside in the street, hearing the cries of ambulant sellers, the calls of women and children, the tinkling bells and the rumble of the trams, and the voice of Fabiano Lari speaking -- was it...

 A Spirit In Prison 25 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h30Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XXXV   Hermione did not sleep at all that night. When the dawn came she got up and looked out over the sea. The mist had vanished with the darkness. The vaporous heat was replaced by a delicate freshness that...

 A Spirit In Prison 24 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h29Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XXXIII   When Hermione reached the door of the Casa del Mare she did not go in immediately, but waited on the step. The door was open. There was a dim lamp burning in the little hall, which was scarcely more than...

 A Spirit In Prison 23 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h28Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XXXI   It was nearly dawn when Artois fell asleep. He did not wake till past ten o'clock. The servant who brought his breakfast handed him a note, and told him that the ladies of the island had just left the...

 A Spirit In Prison 22 | Ecrit le 17-09-2011 14h28Alerter l'administrateur Recommander  un ami Lien de l'article 
A Spirit In Prison by Robert Hichens   Chapter XXX   Two minutes later there was the sound of steps coming quickly down the uncarpeted corridor, and Vere entered, followed, but not closely, by the Marchesino. Vere went up at once to her mother, without even...


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