All night he rode southward, choosing by-ways and bridle paths through woods as long as he was in co

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All night he rode southward, choosing by-ways and bridle paths through woods as long as he was in co
All night he rode southward, choosing by-ways and bridle paths through woods as long as he was in country that he knew; but afterwards he kept to the high road. Destrier was as excited as his master at this unusual journey, and Caspian, though tears had come into his eyes at saying good-bye to Doctor Cornelius, felt brave and, in a way, happy, to think that he was King Caspian riding to seek adventures, with his sword on his left hip and Queen Susan's magic horn on his right.
在他所熟悉的土地上,他整夜马不停蹄地奔向南方。开始他只敢走小路或便道,后来,当他确信没有伏兵时,索性纵马在大路上飞奔起来。戴思特里尔对这不寻常的旅行同样激动万分,而凯斯宾尽管在同克奈尔斯博士告别时眼泪汪汪,现在则勇气十足,甚至感到有些快乐,因为他获得了真正的自由,并且将像传说中的那些游侠骑士一样,在探险的路上披荆斩棘,一往无前。

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                [00:00.00]All night he rode southward, choosing by-ways and bridle paths through woods as long as he was in co            
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