By Mark Twain
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There wasn't a rag of his tower left, but I had the government rebuild it for him, and advised him to take boarders; but he was too high-toned for that. And as for being grateful, he never even said thank you. He was a rather hard lot, take him how you might; but then you couldn't fairly expect a man to be sweet that had been set back so. German aromatic: aromatisch. boarders: Kostgänger, Ränder, Internatbewohner. bothersome: lästig. chunks: Einheiten. consternation: Bestürzung, Betroffenheit, Konsternation.
32 A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court "Don't%interrupt me. He has died and come alive again thirteen times, and traveled under a new name every time: Smith, Jones, Robinson, Jackson, Peters, Haskins, Merlin--a new alias every time he turns up. I knew him in Egypt three hundred years ago; I knew him in India five hundred years ago--he is always blethering around in my way, everywhere I go; he makes me tired. He don't amount to shucks, as a magician; knows some of the old common tricks, but has never got beyond the rudiments, and never will.
These are awful words! Any moment these walls may crumble upon us if you say such things. " Now this strange exhibition gave me a good idea and set me to thinking. If everybody about here was so honestly and sincerely afraid of Merlin's pretended magic as Clarence was, certainly a superior man like me ought to be shrewd enough to contrive some way to take advantage of such a state of things. I went on thinking, and worked out a plan. Then I said: "Get up. Pull yourself together; look me in the eye.
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Webster's German Thesaurus Edition) by Mark Twain